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Putin said he won’t allow ‘color revolution’ in Russia, CSTO countries
13:39, 12 April 2017
Putin said he won’t allow ‘color revolution’ in Russia, CSTO countries

Russian President stressed that such actions lead to serious destabilization

13:39, 12 April 2017

kremlin.ru

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said he will not allow a "color revolution" in his country and other Collective Security Treaty Organization's (CSTO) countries. He said this in an interview for MIR TV channel.

“We know that different theories realized in different regions of the world lead to serious destabilization in these regions. Of course, nothing like that should be allowed and we will do our best to behave appropriately in Russia and support our CSTO partners in every possible way,” Putin said.

According to the agency, earlier the heads of other CSTO countries told about the threat of “color” revolutions. President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev called the “color” revolutions an external intervention and said that the counteraction to this threat is being discussed during the joint exercises of the Organization.

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Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Atambayev said that any country should first of all deal with its internal problems.

Earlier it was reported that Putin does not regret Crimea becoming part of Russia and would do it again, according to Peskov. "He actually kept and still keeps "Crimean history" under his personal control," Peskov announced.

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