From the beginning of the invasion Ukraine, Russia they try to turn things around. He affirms that the country was attacked, and not the aggressor. It is such an impossible argument that the Foreign Minister of Russia; Sergei Lavrovlaughing at the journalists saying this New Delhi in the multilateral conference on He received the dialogue“We are trying to stop the war against us using … the movement of the people of Ukraine.”
Lavrov also ensured that the G20, in order to create a forum for economic discussion for the largest economic regions and emerging countries, had lost its purpose in the discussions on Ukraine and was caught up in the pressure. Washington to the corner of Russia.
“Other pain has nothing to do with what we are doing in Ukraine to defend ourselves.”
“There is no concern except that, in the G20Russia’s foreign minister told the Raisin Dialogue session in New Delhi the following day that the group did not reach an agreement over differences over the war in Ukraine.
Lavrov noted that “the whole G20 is about Ukraine and the final declaration of what to do”, and wondered if the group had ever thought about “the situation in Iraq, in Libya, in Afghanistan or in Yugoslavia”.
Part of the agenda of the Group of Twenty (G20), especially at the meeting of finance ministers held last week, was trying to respond to the economic invasion of Russia in Ukraine, which Lavrov said was linked to Western sanctions.
“The torture of others is not at all related to what we are doing in Ukraine to defend ourselves, these sufferings are related to the sanctions (…) that the West promotes,” said the Russian Foreign Minister.
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Lavrov explained that relations with China “have never been better” the day after US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken expressed concern that Moscow is arming Beijing.
The friction between the United States of America and China occupied a central place in the meeting of foreign ministers of the G20, and this Friday the foreign leaders. Quadcompany from Japan, the United States, Australia and India.