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In China, published a report on national security issues

China has published a report on the main threats to national security - reports a number of Chinese media.

The authors of the document - and these are well-known scientists and researchers of metropolitan institutions - note that terrorism is becoming an increasingly serious problem throughout the country. The number and scale of attacks is increasing from year to year, and militants are increasingly choosing government structures as well as military and police facilities as targets.

The attacks that took place in China in recent years have much in common. The authors of the report on the main threats to national security counted at least 6 traits, in some way characteristic of the attacks of the militants. In particular, many attacks used widely available weapons - daggers and incendiary mixtures. Last year, seven out of ten terrorist attacks were aimed at government structures and symbols — police stations, government buildings, and Tiananmen Square.

Li Wei, the counterterrorism expert of the China Institute of International Relations:
"The reason for all these attacks is secessionism. Its adherents want to undermine the integrity of the country by attacking party and government institutions."

The document also clearly demonstrates the pace and geography of the spread of terrorist threats across the regions of China. Experts propose to strengthen coordination in the work of anti-terrorist units, special services and diplomatic departments. Only in this way - by guaranteeing timely detection and prevention of threats, as well as their rapid destruction - the country will be able to effectively withstand future challenges.

Zhu Sensei, Professor of the Institute of International Relations of China:
"Precautions are very important here. The role of the leader and coordinator in the fight against terrorism should be assumed by the Central State Committee for National Security Affairs. It is he who will work as a" link "between specialized agencies and intelligence."

Experts also claim that in recent years, some external forces have begun to use more and more sophisticated and sophisticated methods to penetrate into various religious groups and associations and to manage them from within. In general, the report's authors note, terrorism for China remains the number one enemy, and to fight it you will need to come out in a united front.

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