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Rising anti-Russia sentiment threatens Europe stability: Moscow

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday warned that European stability was being threatened by rising anti-Russian sentiment over the Ukraine crisis. 

An anti-Russian protester holds a placard during a demonstration outside the residence of the US ambassador to the UK in central London on March 14, 2014, where US Foreign Secretary John Kerry meets his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov

"The current inflaming of anti-Russian sentiments takes place against the background of a spike of racism and xenophobia in many European countries, an increase in the number of ultra-radical groups and turning a blind eye to neo-Nazi phenomena, whether in Ukraine or elsewhere," he said.

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