Friday, October 18, 2019

Head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB): U.S. Helped Moscow Foil Recent Terror Plot

Alexander Bortnikov

Moscow Times: U.S. Helped Moscow Foil Recent Terror Plot With Intel, FSB Says

The United States has recently shared intelligence with Russia about a terrorist plot, the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) intelligence agency said Thursday.

FSB chief Alexander Bortnikov’s remarks come almost two years after news that the CIA helped Russia foil a terror attack in St. Petersburg. The FSB said it detained seven Islamic State suspects in December 2017 as a result of the cooperation and President Vladimir Putin thanked U.S. President Donald Trump for the tip-off.

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Update: US Has Recently Assisted Foiling Terror Attacks in Russia by Providing Info - Russia's FSB (Sputnik)

WNU Editor: U.S. and Russia have also resumed cyber cooperation .... Russia says it is starting to resume US cyber cooperation: TASS (CNBC).


Anonymous said...

Good. More of that, please.
Maybe by end of the century, like around 2100, we may even realise we are not enemies :D

Bob Huntley said...


Roger Smith said...

That's it Bob? Three dots? Not even four?

I'm glad to see our teams working together in this area. Let the politicos quibble, anti-terrorism efforts are above that. The more the better.