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MOSCOW, April 27. /TASS/. Reviving bloc diplomacy and carrying our scenarios of "color revolution" leads to unleashing wars and intra-political conflict, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev said on Wednesday.
Speaking at the 5th Moscow International Security Conference, Patrushev said it is inadmissible to pursue a policy on the international arena that is aimed at "gaining unilateral advantages, often to the detriment of other countries." "Many countries today are subjected to open political and economic pressure, they are losing their capability to make independent decisions. Thus, conditions are created for changing the leadership of these countries and carrying out scenarios of the so-called ‘color revolutions’. Bloc diplomacy is being revived, new military and political alliances are being established while existing alliance are strengthening, disagreements between separate countries are being provoked," he noted.
"This leads to unleashing wars and intra-political conflicts, creates a number of international challenges and threats to security, and the biggest danger for the international community is terrorism," Patrushev concluded.