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Bregu: 70% of WB citizens afraid their children might be radicalized online

Press release , Photo/Regional Cooperation Council

SARAJEVO, May 24 (FENA) – “The current global pandemic made it clear that security threats are not taking any time off. The region finds it very important to work on addressing the security challenges in the Western Balkans. It is quite interesting that 55% of that 82%, who point out organized crime as the main security threat say it is corruption that fuels its existence,” said Secretary-General of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Majlinda Bregu at the presentation of the first-ever regional Public Opinion Survey on Security issues – Western Balkans SecuriMeter, in Sarajevo today.

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