Zyuganov warned Russia about the “fourth call” from Kazakhstan

The leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation believes that a “terrible Russophobia” has been fanned in the republic

The head of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Gennady Zyuganov, said that the withdrawal of the forces of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) is an alarming signal for Russian authorities. He stated this in an interview with Free Press.

Photo: Gennady Cherkasov

“Now for the Kremlin, Putin and the fourth bell rang for all of us,” the politician said.

The first bell, according to Zyuganov, rang in the Baltic States, where, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russians were placed in a humiliating position of non-citizens.

The second – in Ukraine, where, the leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation noted, the Nazis and Bandera, with the support of the CIA, seized power in the country. The third call, the parliamentarian believes, sounded during the riots in Belarus after the last presidential elections.

Zyuganov added that in Kazakhstan, after the collapse of the USSR, “terrible Russophobia” was fanned, depriving representatives of the “non-indigenous population” of the opportunity to occupy serious positions. As a result, according to him, 3 million Russians and one million Germans fled the republic.

“Yesterday Kazakhstan asked to urgently bring in the CSTO contingent, today it asks to urgently withdraw it. But we must think strategically, not in momentary categories,” Zyuganov said.

The Communist Party leader added that Moscow must make decisions that would guarantee its security for decades to come.

Источник www.mk.ru

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