Alexander Kuranov. French law enforcement authorities have turned to colleagues in Slovakia, with the request to help determine the identity of the terrorists through their use in the terrorist attacks in Paris weapons, told reporters at a press conference on the first day weekend, Prime Minister Robert fico.
"law enforcement received letters from the French partners with a request for cooperation in finding the terrorists with the help of fingerprints (on the gun), according to Slovak TV the Prime Minister's.- terrorists often use weapons from States of the former Eastern bloc ".
first in the investigation of the terrorist attacks in Paris that occurred in January of this year, was that part of small arms used by the Islamists, could be produced or purchased in part of Slovak cities. It is planned that in the procurement of weapons the terrorists or their associates could leave fingerprints in places of purchase.
Referring to the current situation in the country, fico said that the safety of Residents is the government's absolute priority." We have one month affirm that the risks to safety associated with migration are huge, - noted the Prime Minister. Accept (now - ed.) measures, We only amplified the actions in this area have already been made. You can wait and have greater mobilization of the security forces, " added fico.
first, according to the interior Ministry, Slovakia has been beefed up along the border with Ukraine and Hungary, as well as for the protection of nuclear power plants, large public buildings and foreign embassies. Are closely monitoring the situation in the camps of refugees where they are, mostly, citizens of some Muslim countries, as well as the situation in the national minorities and extreme right wing movements.
in the last working day of the week in the evening in Paris there was a series of terrorist acts. Unknown opened fire in the 1st restaurant in the French capital, 3 explosion was heard near the stadium " Stade de France ", where was held a friendly match the football teams of France and Germany, which was attended by French leader Francois Hollande. In addition, at a rock concert at the "Bataclan" the unknown took hostages. On the first day of the weekend Hollande said that the victims of a series of terrorist acts have become 127.