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Lavrov: Europe suffers the most from sanctions against Russia

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed that the European Union suffers the most from pastoral sanctions against Russia, draining its weapons by supplying them to Kyiv's forces, where it has become the scene of one representative.   Lavrov wrote in an article for the newspaper Izvestia:
 




Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed that the European Union suffers the most from pastoral sanctions against Russia, draining its weapons by supplying them to Kyiv's forces, where it has become the scene of one representative.


Lavrov wrote in an article for the newspaper Izvestia:


 "The Europe that Washington has put on the anti-Russian front, suffers the most from pastoral sanctions, destroys its arsenals, by supplying weapons to Kiev without demanding a report on who controls it and where it goes, and opened its market for expensive American military products and gas instead of Russian gas at affordable prices."


  • He stressed that such trends, coupled with the European Union's practical integration with NATO
  • made the talk of "strategic independence" of the European Union nothing but a play.
  • Everyone has realized that the foreign policy of the West is the events of one actor's theatre
  • constantly looking for new theatres for his military operations."


Lavrov: Ukraine crisis is like a "big game" according to a scenario promoted by Brzezinski


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov noted that the Ukrainian crisis is like a "big game" going according to the scenario promoted by former US national security adviser Zbigneo Brzezinski.


Lavrov said in an article in the Russian newspaper Izvestia: "If we view today's events from a historical perspective, the entire Ukrainian crisis will appear as a" big game "according to the scenario promoted by Zbigneo Brzezinski."


"Talking about good relations and the willingness of the West to take into account the rights and interests of Russians who found themselves after the collapse of the Soviet Union in independent Ukraine and other post-Soviet countries, it turned out to be nothing more than a stage."


"At the beginning of the 2000s, Washington and the European Union began publicly asking Kiev to determine its destination if it was with the West or with Russia."


He added: 


  • "Since 2014, the West has unconditionally directed the system of phobias from Russia that brought him to power in Kyiv through the coup d 'état
  • and the involvement of Vladimir Zelensky at the forefront of at least any prominent international forum is part of the gradual plan.
  • Speaking, he delivers pathetic speeches and when he suddenly offers a reasonable thing to beat him on the hand


as was the case after the Istanbul Round of Russian


  1. Ukrainian negotiations
  2. where the light appeared to have emerged in the dialogue at the end of March
  3. but Kiev was forced to retreat after an episode of
  4. bloody drama fabricated against Russia/set up in Bucha "on the outskirts of Kiev.


Zbigneo Bryginski served as national security adviser in the administration of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter between 1977 and 1981.