The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrovaccused today the USA that they were preparing the ground for the conflict in Ukraine in its context hybridas he described him, their war against Moscow.
During his annual press conference from Moscow Lavrov pointed out that the crisis in Ukraine began long before Russia sent tens of thousands of troops to invade the country last year in February.
Also, Lavrov compared recent US actions to those of Adolf Hitler and Napoleon; pointing out that Washington has subjugated Europe in order to wage war against Moscow.
The Russian minister stated, as reported by APE-MBE, that the Hitler and Napoleon they had previously tried to use the same tactic against Russia.
“The USA, through Ukraine, is waging a war against our country with the same goal: the final solution of the Russian question,” Lavrov complained.
“Just as Hitler wanted the ‘final solution’ of the Jewish question, now, if you read Western politicians (…) they clearly say that Russia must suffer a strategic defeat,” he added.
At the same time he pointed out that Moscow has yet to see any serious proposals to achieve peace in Ukrainewhile adding that the ideas of the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky on the subject cannot be accepted.
According to the Russian foreign minister, Moscow is ready to discuss the conflict with Western countries and “respond to any serious proposals. We haven’t seen any serious proposals yet.” However, he noted that any talks should address Russia’s broader security concerns.
THE Lavrov once again called on NATO to remove “its military infrastructure” from Ukraine and other countries near the border with Russia, while warning that Moscow would be forced to take similar military measures if Finland and Sweden joined the Alliance.
Source: News Beast
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