In Yalta, occupants continue to tell children about terrorism

September 9, 2020

In the occupied Crimea, employees of the juvenile affairs department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia held a conversation with pupils of sports sections in Yalta about terrorism and extremism. This was reported by the press service of the so-called administration of the city.

“Now in our country it is possible to reduce terrorist activity, law enforcement agencies work proactively and prevent threats to the security of civilians. But we must not lose our vigilance, because the goal of terrorists and extremists is to destabilize the situation by means of threats and violence”,- said senior inspector for juvenile affairs Anna Memetova to the children.

We remind that earlier the Russian police told the students of the Trade and Economy College of Sevastopol about the problems of the spread of extremism among the youth and the influence of religious extremist organizations on the individual and society, within the framework of the so-called operational-preventive No Hatred and Enmity campaign.