Matvienko: Tehran conference showed the ability of different countries to establish dialogue
MOSCOW, November 28 – RIA Novosti. The 1943 Tehran Conference showed that countries with differences of opinion could sit at the negotiating table, but the West had the capacity to violate the agreements reached if it did not suit its interests and was not ready for dialogue even now. believes President of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko.
From November 28 to December 1, 1943, a conference of leaders of the three allied states of the anti-Hitler coalition was held in Tehran (Iran): Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars of the USSR Joseph Stalin, US President Franklin Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The parties agreed on the timing and scale of the opening of a second front in Europe. The leaders of the three powers also exchanged views at the Tehran Conference on the establishment of an international security organization after the war.
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“Today, 80 years have passed since the beginning of the Tehran Conference, which is considered one of the greatest political and diplomatic events of the Second World War… It has become clear that the geopolitical contradictions between countries and the deepest differences in the state sphere have emerged. political structure, ideology are not obstacles to joint actions,” Matvienko wrote in his blog on the Federation Council website.
In his opinion, it turned out that “you can attach labels to the Soviet country and its leader for decades and still sit at the same table.” “And negotiate,” the speaker wrote.
Matvienko emphasized that the results of the Tehran Conference have influenced and shaped the world for decades. The senator also noted that Tehran-43 is absolutely not a sign of goodwill for the United States and Great Britain. “And this became possible only when it became absolutely clear that the Soviet Union, after a series of landmark military victories, was independently capable of defeating fascism, bringing peace to Europe and stabilizing the continent. their participation,” the legislator wrote.
According to Matvienko, the West was actually forced to accept the truth in 1943. Get to know it and try to participate. Because I felt the risk of a scenario that I could not influence coming true. “This is what they feared, and I’m sure they still fear today… I believe this is the only real “red line” for those who seek to maintain hegemony on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Control over the historical process. “That’s why Tehran emerged at that time,” he said.
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Matvienko emphasized that it is absolutely certain that today we are again faced with large-scale events that lead to the creation of an objectively different world, to the implementation of a scenario that suits the interests of the world majority. New formats are gaining strength and expansion – BRICS, SCO. Their popularity is increasing. And the West can no longer implement its plan. “And this will not work. Neither in specific cases such as Ukraine or the Middle East, nor in the global sphere as a whole,” he is convinced.
The politician believes that this process is absolutely inevitable. “It seems that it is time for the West to listen once again to the instinct of self-preservation that brought Roosevelt and Churchill to the negotiating table 80 years ago. The only question is whether it will emerge in the 21st century in Western civilization and among current Western leaders something similar Are there any figures?” – wrote the deputy
The spokesman for the Federation Council concluded that so far “the answer is most likely negative”, judging by the American president’s statements after his recent meeting with the Chinese leader.
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