Lavrov: supporters of Russian culture are oppressed in Ukraine
Associate themselves with Russian culture is subjected to oppression in Ukraine, said the head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation S. Lavrov In..
"we have 25 million people outside Russia, those who associate themselves with Russian culture, the Russian past and history. Unfortunately, for their commitment to Russian culture, Russian history, traditions of their very often begin to oppress, as it happened next door in our sister country Ukraine, where in the end the coup came To power, the nationalists began the attack on everything Russian, and so began the bloody conflict ", - said the Russian Minister at the meeting with the President of the Senate of the Philippines Franklin Drilona.
Lavrov said he was ready during the meeting " to talk about all the efforts we are making to none of any of the Diaspora who are abroad, do not feel oppressed ".