Grigory Rapota: Terrorism and Cybercrime are Major Global Threats
Terrorism and cybercrime are the main threats of the modern world, said State Secretary of the Union State of Russia and Belarus Grigory Rapota during his speech at a conference in Madrid.
Answering a question about major existing threats, Mr Rapota noted that terrorism and cybercrime “are of most concern, and they are discussed by both the countries of the Union State of Russia and Belarus and by other countries.”
The state secretary commented on relations with the West, saying that “people scarcely believe there is an opportunity for confrontation between the West and the East, but it is necessary to avoid any incidents that can have an unexpected impact.”
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to Spain Yury Korchagin along with representatives of state, business and expert communities from Spain, Portugal, France, Hungary, Serbia, Estonia and Uzbekistan also attended the conference, From Lisbon to Vladivostok – the Problems of Integration in Greater Europe, which took place in the format of a working breakfast.