Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Foreign Minister Stresses Necessity To Prevent New Civil War In Afghanistan

Igor Ivanov, the Russian Foreign Minister, has stated the necessity "to prevent the new civil war in Afghanistan." Talking to journalists in New York, the Russian Foreign Minister stressed that such danger really existed. According to him, "much depends on the level of coordination of future actions of the international community." The Minister believes that the prevention of disagreements within the international community was much more important than the Afghanistan's internal contradictions, which were "natural and real." If such disagreements occur, "it will be really difficult to avoid negative development of the situation in Afghanistan." The Russian Minister said that the Afghanistan's future depended on external aid. "Without it, the completion of all present tasks, both humanitarian and economic, will be very difficult to solve at the present stage," he said. The Minister also noted that Russia had supported the military actions targeted at destruction of the Taliban war machine and terrorist organisations based in Afghanistan. At the same time, he stressed, the Russian side had stated and would state it again that political solution was the only possible way to achieve the final settlement of the Afghan crisis.

Comments
Russia to abandon the US dollar at common people's expense
Ukraine's Poroshenko: Russia's Third Rome to fall soon
Britain does a Malvinas on Russia
Britain does a Malvinas on Russia
Russia and USA fight even in space: Americans damage Soyuz deliberately
Russian women to be allowed to work as train drivers and pilots
Russian officials celebrate 60th anti-Russian sanction
Russian officials celebrate 60th anti-Russian sanction
Britain does a Malvinas on Russia
Russian officials celebrate 60th anti-Russian sanction
This is a liberation fight from the Soviet EU
Syria’s Assad toads to Putin over Il-20 shootdown
How Russia can respond to Israel following Ilyushin Il20 shootdown
UK restaurant chain to sue Russian prostitute and British drug dealer
How Russia can respond to Israel following Ilyushin Il20 shootdown
How Russia can respond to Israel following Ilyushin Il20 shootdown
Israel can learn many lessons with the help of Russia's S-300 air defence systems in Syria
Israel can learn many lessons with the help of Russia's S-300 air defence systems in Syria
Syria’s Assad toads to Putin over Il-20 shootdown
Putin: Ilyushin shootdown is incidental
Putin: Ilyushin shootdown is incidental