The Soviet Union, true to the Leninist principles of respect for the rights and national independence of all peoples great or small, has always been and is guided in its relations with other countries by the principles of mutual respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty, non-aggression, non-intervention in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefits, peaceful coexistence and economic cooperation.
Quoted in "The Nineteen Days: A Broadcaster's Account of the Hungarian Revolution" - by George R. Urban - 1957
Whoever can lift a rifle, should have one.Kliment Voroshilov
I personally believe that war is highly unlikely.Kliment Voroshilov
It was necessary to close the front against Germany and that it (victory) depended on us whether it was to be closed or not.Kliment Voroshilov
If we enjoy the benefits of peace, it is only because we have an excellent armed force and a fine socialist economy. Let us exert all efforts so that our further development may be strong and mighty, so that our numerous enemies may think well and long before they decide to attack our fatherland, and so that if they attack, they will quickly regret it.Kliment Voroshilov
Voroshilov was a hard-riding, hard-drinking military crony of civil-war days.Kliment Voroshilov
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