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ZAHAROVA: Yugoslavia is one of the victims of American interference in internal affairs

Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia Maria Zaharova reminded of all the interference of the US administration in the internal affairs of sovereign states and separated FR Yugoslavia as one of the victims.
As she said, in the internal affairs of Yugoslavia, America interfered with the explanation of "establishing peace and limiting the military potential of the country."

She also cited a number of other examples, beginning with the statement of former US President Woodrow Wilson, who in March 1913 said he intends to "teach" South American countries "choosing good people" on the pretext that it is necessary for the benefit protection of "national interests of America".

Then, as she pointed out, the "lexicon" of the US administration began to evolve, resulting in Harry Truman justifying the nuclear attack on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in his declaration to the nation.
Numerous statements of a similar context, Zaharova said, arrived during the Cold War against Russia, Cuba, Vietnam and other countries.

Thus, in March 1960, Dwight Eisenhower stated that Washington would not allow the dominant "international communism" on the western hemisphere.
Lately this interference has reached the peak, she said, and reminded her of the military operation in Yugoslavia, Iraq and Syria.

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