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Russian security chief says weapons of mass destruction protected from

Weapons of mass destruction in Russia are well protected, but measures to keep them out of terrorist hands must still be improved, the Interfax news agency quoted the chief of Russia’s security service as saying on Friday. “Terrorists are striving to get access to biological, nuclear and chemical weapons,” Interfax quoted Nikolai Patrushev, head of the Federal Security Service, or FSB, as saying after a joint counterterrorism exercise in Kazakhstan. Patrushev said that “at the moment we evaluate the situation in this way: Terrorists will not get the weapons they’re striving for,” according to the report. “Nonetheless, in light of the aim of terrorists to get access to weapons of mass destruction, we must perfect this work.” Full Story

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