Members of the Community adopted a special statement in the course of the meeting of the Interparliamentary Assembly in Tskhinvali. They recognized the terrorist attacks, regardless of the forms of their manifestation, crimes against humanity, which have no justification.
Members of the Community highly appreciated Russia's efforts to prevent terrorist attacks, eliminate centers of terrorism and expressed confidence in the exceptional importance and effectiveness of the Russian military operation in Syria. They suppose that such activities require broad practical support from all the participants in the international community.
The member states expressed their readiness to render full assistance to the Russian Federation in the fight against terrorism, including ensuring stability in the Caucasus, as well as in including in joint cross-border work to counter the processes of forming new terrorist networks, agitation and recruitment to such organizations, including in the south Eastern Europe. Participants of the meeting noted the existence of a significant regulatory framework between the three republics, which allows regulating joint actions to prevent organized terrorism and combat its manifestations.
The IPA participants expressed their readiness to work on an ongoing basis to improve the antiterrorist legislation to create mechanisms for joint activities with the Russian Federation to counter terrorism, with an emphasis on preventing and timely identifying possible terrorist acts, as well as any actions aimed at spreading the ideology of terrorism in society.