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Russian mafia gave place to Eurasian criminality
13.12.2006 14:38
Russian mafia gave place to Eurasian criminality

The new tendency was reported by the head of the Russian National central bureau, Timur Lakhonin at a press-conference held in Moscow on December 12.
      According to his report, it can be now said for sure that the term Russian mafia has almost disappeared from lexicon of international police organizations. Our partners we closely interact with mark nowadays that the term Russian mafia has started to disappear from lexicon giving place to another expression Eurasian criminality, which is closer to modern realities. By this expression it is meant criminality from Eastern Europe and countries of the former USSR, - as the head the Russian Interpol bureau commented. Timur Lakhonin also adds that the term Russian mafia has now been almost out of usage amongst the Interpol professionals.
      
      
      Source: www.globalaffairs.ru


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