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"It will take some time to analyze this decision. We don't have detailed information at this point. We need to see who entered the coalition, what general goals are declared and in what way terrorism will be resisted," he said, TASS reports.

"Hypothetically speaking, any move to present a common front in the struggle with different manifestations of extremism is positive, but one has to know the specifics before making any comments," Peskov said.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday formed a 34-state military coalition to combat terrorism. Egypt, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates are among the Arab countries in the alliance, together with Islamic countries Turkey, Malaysia and Pakistan, as well as African states.