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The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) member states face challenges in terms of respect for human rights in the fight against terrorism, deputy head of ODIHR's human rights department Omer Fisher said at the OSCE conference "Priorities of international cooperation in fight against terrorism", which takes place in Kyiv on October 10-11, ForUm correspondent reports.
"Despite significant progress in this direction, challenges remain in the observance of human rights in the fight against terrorism," the OSCE representative said.
According to him, the last years of combating terrorism, including in the countries-participants of the OSCE, have shown that the fight against terrorism is effective only if all the rights and freedoms of the individual are observed, as their violation is one of the causes of terrorism.
Fisher stressed that the hard nature of the struggle against terrorism must not offend human dignity and violate the right to privacy of personal data.