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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Dalai Lama has called for peace between Russia and the West move NATO to Moscow

The spiritual leader of the Buddhist world, the Dalai Lama said that the relocation of the head office of NATO in Moscow could reduce the tensions between Russia and the United States. According to him, this “psychologically, everything would have been easier.”

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Last week, new Delhi hosted the first dialogue of the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism with narozeniny from Russia, the head of the theme of the forum was the theme of “Nature of consciousness”, writes “Kommersant”.

In an interview with the Buddhist spiritual leader said that despite the crisis of humanitarian values in Europe, the strengthening of authoritarianism in the world and drawn people to the “strong hand” is slowly but surely gaining momentum, the movement, opposed these trends.

The Dalai Lama noted that looking at Russia and sees the country protesting against corruption, which according to him, it would be impossible in the Stalin era.

“I believe in the great future of Russia. Russia actually can be a real bridge between East and West,” he said.

The Dalai Lama added that he dreams of moving the headquarters of the NATO in Moscow. In his opinion, the Alliance is in the understanding of Russian — a symbol of the hostile forces.

“If the office of the Alliance, will be in Moscow, psychologically, everything becomes easier, the feeling that you and the Americans together,” said the leader of the Buddhists, while recognizing that for such words it is likely more will not be allowed in America.


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