Lavrov: the export of democracy by force creates chaos and tension

MOSCOW, October 9. The imposition of the peoples, including by force, alien recipes the conversions will multiply the chaos and tension. This was stated by Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in his welcoming speech to the participants of the thirteenth annual session of the World public forum “Dialogue of civilizations”.

“Today, at the stage of deep changes associated with the formation of a polycentric system of world order, understanding key trends of global development, finding effective responses to common challenges are especially relevant, – the Minister noted. Is a useful contribution to this work is making the operation of your forum is confidently established itself as a popular discussion platform, which continues to assemble an authoritative list of participants”.

In his words, “to effectively overcome the numerous threats, including an unprecedented upsurge of terrorism and extremism in the middle East and North Africa, only together, based on the principles of international law and the UN potential is the universal mechanism for maintaining international peace and security, coordinate actions by the international community”. “Promotion of dubious projects of geopolitical engineering, the organization of “color revolutions”, the export of democracy, the imposition of the peoples, including by force, alien recipes the conversions will only multiply the chaos and tensions”, – said Lavrov.

“Consistently we believe that a prosperous future and prosperity of the mankind is impossible without the recognition of the diversity of the modern world, without the world’s leading partnership of cultures, religions and civilizations, – said the head of the Russian foreign Ministry. – As noted by President Vladimir Putin in his speech at the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, we are all different and this should be treated with respect.”

“We will continue to promote and support the freedom of choice of each nation, to work together to find joint answers to common challenges”, – said the Minister.