Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia is "ready to precisely and effectively respond to any terrorist" threat the country faces, in light of the recent, successful anti-terror operations in Syria, while speaking to officials including Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of the Presidential Administration Sergei Ivanov in the Kremlin's St. George Hall in Moscow, Tuesday. Putin was speaking at a ceremony honouring newly promoted officers from all branches of service to senior command positions. The Russian leader expressed his gratitude to the Federal Security Service (FSB) which he said have prevented "20 terror attacks and killed 112 militants including 26 leaders in the operations." He went on saying that "more than 500 members of terrorist groups have been arrested" over the course of the year of 2015. Putin also warned that militants, having created a base in Syria, now seek to "expand the destabilisation of the whole regions" beyond the Middle East. He said that they have "recruited militants from many countries including, unfortunately, Russia and the CIS." The Russian president then thanked the organisations and officials involved for the parts they have played. After his speech the Russian President along with Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of the Presidential Administration Sergei Ivanov congratulated the officers on their promotions.
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