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Putin: Foreign intervention fueled terrorism in Iraq

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Putin: Foreign intervention fueled terrorism in Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:44 pm

Putin: Foreign intervention fueled terrorism in Iraq

18/10/2018 - 21:19 Iraq

Russian President Vladimir Putin has criticized attempts by some countries to impose their will on other countries by force, describing the policy as immoral and irresponsible.

In a speech at the 15th session of the Valdei International Dialogue Forum held in the Russian resort city of Sochi, Putin said: "A system may appeal to someone or dislike it, but the act now being done is to destroy existing regimes without offering an alternative, Put an unacceptable alternative to a people by virtue of the characteristics of its history, it is a policy of cowardice and irresponsible at all and lead to serious consequences. "

The Russian president said that the US intervention in Iraq caused the sharp growth of the terrorist threat in this country due to weak state institutions there, and Libya has been "wiped out of existence as a state, and there are now armed factions and individual fighting.

Putin stressed that Russia is building its foreign policy on the principle of non-interference in the affairs of other countries, adding: "We may be able to support or sympathize with anyone, without interfering directly in the affairs of other countries, the origin is the internal development in each country. That is patience and companionship, but acting in a different way is not permissible, "because" imposing anything from abroad has serious consequences, as happened in Libya or Iraq ... that is the result of seeking to establish a monopoly and a unipolar world they tried to create. "


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