Russia's historical mission is to keep Europe from attempts to make 'Brave New World' on Earth - Naryshkin
MOSCOW. Oct 21 (Interfax) - The historical mission of Russia consists in keeping Europe from breaking away from the Christian tradition and attempting to create a "Brave New World," Russian Foreign Intelligence Service chief Sergei Naryshkin said.
"To Russia and Serbia, the events of WW II are an important reminder not only of the common historical fates of our peoples, of the glorious victories and heavy losses. The essence of the historical mission of Russia and other Slavic states, which is to do everything to keep Europe from fully breaking away from the Christian tradition and attempts to make a 'Brave New World' on Earth, is in a certain sense written upon this bloody page of world history,' Naryshkin said in his article published by the Belgrade newspaper Vecernje Novosti.