Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the authorities will not allow the “color revolutions” in the country. Such a statement he made in an interview with TV channel “Mir 24”, published on Wednesday, April 12.
“We know different theories that are implemented in different regions of the world, lead to serious destabilization in these regions. Of course, nothing this must stop and we will try our best to appropriately behave in Russia and strongly support our partners in the CSTO,” — said the Russian leader.
A day earlier, the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev said that countering this threat is discussed at the joint exercises of the organization of collective security Treaty. According to him, cooperation between countries helps to keep in sight a common regional problems: drug trafficking, terrorism, and “outside interference the type of “color revolutions””.
In mid-March, it was reported that a group of U.S. senators from the Republican party sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson to investigate attempts by the former head of state Barack Obama to intervene in elections in several countries in Europe, Africa and Latin America through the financing of political parties.
In September 2015, Putin in an interview with American journalist Charlie rose pointed to the involvement of Washington to the overthrow of the legitimate President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. He also said that this approach to dealing with controversial political issues “completely unacceptable”.