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At a joint session of committees from the NATO Parliamentary Assembly and the State Duma in Moscow Vladimir Vasilyev said that he supported creating an inter-parliamentary commission on countering terrorism
The Russian parliamentarian said that within the framework of this commission it could be possible to exchange information and work jointly on new life support methods that would take into account different countries' experiences with the negative consequences of terrorist attacks. Mr. Vasilyev said that after the February explosion in the Moscow Metro, a number of countries asked Russia to give them information about the handling the consequences of the terrorist attack. He added that this experience would be included in the national life support programs of these countries. The security committee chairman also spoke in favor of opening a special Web site to acquaint the public with every country's antiterrorism legislation. The European parliamentarians spoke in favor of revising legislation in a number of countries that prevented the extradition of terrorists. In the opinion of Senator Mario Palombo, a member of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, every country must revise its legislation in connection with the new conditions. A discussion of this topic followed a speech by Mr. Vasilyev. He noted that the double standards existed in the legislation of many countries. Double standards are revealed, "when Russia includes a criminal on the international wanted list, but the country, which has signed the appropriate agreement, refuses to extradite him," Mr. Vasilyev said
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