The situation in Syria can lead to destabilisation of the situation in other Arab countries, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
After the talks with his Kazakhstani counterpart Yerzhan Kazykhanov on Monday, Lavrov said, “Tension continues to heighten in the region. The public stirs up in Egypt. Disorders have begun in Bahrain. Attacks on government buildings have been made in Kuwait.”
“I don’t rule out that these processes are conditioned by what the atmosphere is being created in Syria when certain foreign players call on the Syrian opposition not to start the dialogue with the authorities,” the minister said. At the same time, he noted, “Foreign countries’ policy towards Syria gives in to temptation by neighbouring states in order to use the situation for their benefit and stir up tension in their states.”
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