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Conflict in Ukraine is the result of the USSR collapse


Conflict in Ukraine is the result of the USSR collapse

Moscow, Sep 29 (Prensa Latina) The West elaborates scenarios to foment new conflicts in the space of the disappeared Soviet Union and the already existing ones are the result of its collapse, the Russian president, Vladimir Putin affirmed today.

It is enough to look at what is happening now between Russia and Ukraine, and on the borders of some other countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), where the risks of destabilization are increasing, including in the entire Asia-Pacific region, Putin said.

The president, who spoke via videoconference at a meeting with the heads of the CIS countries’ intelligence services in Moscow, noted that the West is ready to attack any country, turn it into the epicenter of a crisis, provoke a color revolution and a massacre.

He added that intelligence agencies are “at the forefront” of the fight against threats and face many of the same tasks: ensuring peace and stability in their countries, strengthening national sovereignty and promoting the development of integration ties.

According to the president, monitoring the current situation remains a common priority.

“It is important to analyze emerging risks and challenges, to determine their nature, scale and vector of development, and this is the most important condition for effective neutralization of such threats,” the Russian president asserted.

Moreover, the fight against international terrorism, transnational crime, illegal armed groups and against illegal arms and drug trafficking remains one of the key areas of Intelligence work, he added.


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