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Putin allows FSB to kill opponents of his 'Eurasian Union'

Publication time: 16 February 2013, 02:43

A Belorussian opposition Euro radio, which broadcasts from abroad, reported about Putin's plans to recreate the Soviet Union:
 
"To fight the enemies of integration, Russian president allowed FSB to use "soft power".

Russian Federal Security Service will protect Belarus and Kazakhstan, Russian media reported after a meeting between Putin and Russian secret services. Protected, above all, will be the integration project between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan from attempts to "slow down integration work".
 
"And a variety of oppression tools, even the mechanism of so-called soft power could be used here ", the Putin said.

But how safe is this "protection" for Belarus and its citizens? Retired KGB colonel Valery Kostka is sure - the protection of Putin's "integration project" by the FSB in Belarus will, above all, hit the national conscious Belarusians.

Valery Kostka: "By their covert methods, intelligence agencies will try to neutralize active national citizens, who are in favor of a revival of the independent Belarusian state and the Belorussian nation".
 
Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center



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