Hands Off! Russian Envoy Stands Against Imposing Color Revolution on Venezuela

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A woman and a girl walk in front of a graffiti of US Uncle Sam in Caracas on March 11, 2015 - Sputnik International
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The people of Venezuela should settle the internal political crisis on their own, and foreign interference in unacceptable, the Russian ambassador to the American country said.

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) — Russia is prepared to join efforts aimed at resolving Venezuela's internal political standoff if necessary, Russian Ambassador to Venezuela Vladimir Zaemsky told Sputnik.

"We welcome efforts of various politicians to help reach a mutual understanding between the various political groups in Venezuela and we hope that such steps eventually would lead to a positive result. We are ready to join this if it is deemed necessary," Zaemsky said.

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According to the ambassador, the political crisis cannot be settled without preventing the attempts of some of Venezuela's neighbors, the West, global media and non-governmental organizations to interfere in the internal affairs of the country.

"Russia believes that the political resolution of Venezuela's problems should be found by the Venezuelan people itself… It must meet constitutional norms and national laws. Destructive meddling from abroad is unacceptable, no one can impose 'color [revolution] scenarios' based on notorious radical tactics to destabilize the situation," Zaemsky sad.

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