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BELGRADE, November 24. /TASS/. The systematic violations of the UN and OSCE principles lead to increased chaos and conflicts, the situation is bound to trigger concern, says a message of greetings of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to participants in the international conference titled "Yalta-Potsdam-Helsinki-Belgrade: In Search of a Secure World Order." The text has been read out by Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s European Cooperation Department Andrey Kelin.
"The recent systematic violations of the key principles of the UN and OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) cannot but cause concern, which leads to more conflicts and chaos on the international scene," Lavrov’s message of greetings says. "Of particular concern is the weakening of immunity to Nazism virus in some countries developed at the Nuremberg trials."
The Russian foreign minister noted that the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazism in World War II, which was widely celebrated around the world, "reminds one of the consequences the belief in one’s own exceptionalism, attempts to secure global dominance, the obsolete logic of geopolitical games with the ‘zero result’ may lead to."
The conference has been organized by the Russian Center of National Glory, the Foundation of St.Andrew the First-Called and the Belgrade Forum for the World of Equals.