“Passions should not be given free rein, and this is especially true for external forces, which may still be tempted to extract some benefit for themselves, including geopolitical,” RIA Novosti quoted him as saying.

Ryabkov noted that the consequences of what happened needed to be understood, and the Russian side would not want to continue the unrest and unrest in Bolivia after the "dramatic reversal", which led to a complete reformatting of the political landscape in the country.

“We hope that the situation will gradually normalize and processes will continue in Bolivia within the framework of the constitutional field, allowing this country to progressively develop,” the diplomat emphasized.

Earlier, Ryabkov announced Russia's support for Mexico’s decision to grant political asylum to former Bolivian President Evo Morales.

On November 10, the entire top leadership of Bolivia resigned amid protests.

It was reported that the Mexican authorities expressed their willingness to provide political asylum to the Bolivian ex-leader.

Later it became known that opposition senator Janine Agnes accepted the powers of the acting president of the republic.

The United States recognized her in this position.