Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Russia does not intend to lose its leading role in the post-Soviet solution 07:17

Nikolai Kobrinets, Director of the Pan-European Cooperation Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that Russia does not intend to lose its leading constructive role in resolving conflicts in the post-Soviet space. He said this in an interview TASS.

“We will not lose our leading constructive role in resolving conflicts in the post-Soviet space. This is our historic mission. “We will fulfill this despite all the obstacles put up by the European Union,” said Kobrinets.

Formerly Nicholas diplomat declarationRussia will not forget the hostility shown by the European Union. According to him, Brussels needs to abandon its policy of repression in order to further normalize relations with Moscow.

He also expressed the view that the European security system has a chance to reset – but this moment will not come anytime soon. According to the diplomat, Russia will not withdraw from the OSCE at this stage in order not to leave this platform to its competitors.

Source: Gazeta


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