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West accused of ‘state piracy’

It has fully undermined its popularity as a “predictable partner,” Russia’s high diplomat has mentioned

The West has declared a “total hybrid war” towards Russia, resorting to open “robbery” and “state piracy,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov mentioned on Friday. Everyone “without exception” is about to really feel the influence of this battle, the highest diplomat warned.

“Political correctness, decency, rules, and the legal norms are simply discarded, the cancel culture is applied to everything Russian, any hostile actions against our country are allowed, including outright robbery,” Lavrov mentioned throughout his speech at a gathering of the Foreign and Defense Policy Council (SVOP) discussion board.

The hostile steps taken by ‘the collective West’ towards Moscow in current weeks have fully undermined its personal popularity as a “predictable partner,” the diplomat continued. Such actions solely deliver the emergence of a very multipolar world nearer, as “not only Russia, but many others are reducing their dependence on the US dollar, on Western technologies and markets,” now not feeling secure from Western “state piracy,” Lavrov believes.

I’m certain {that a} constant demonopolization of the world economic system will not be [a matter of] some distant future.

The ongoing assault on Russia has already was a “total hybrid war,” he added. That “war” has already reached such a scale that “everyone” on the planet will likely be affected by it, he warned.

“The collective West has declared a total hybrid war against us, and while it is difficult to predict how long all this will last, it is evident that everyone will feel the consequences, without exception,” the overseas minister said.

Moscow has been hit by a number of large waves of Western sanctions for the reason that ongoing battle with Ukraine broke out in late February. Russia attacked its neighboring state following Ukraine’s failure to implement the phrases of the Minsk agreements, first signed in 2014, and Moscow’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. The German- and French-brokered protocols have been designed to provide the breakaway areas particular standing inside the Ukrainian state.

The Kremlin has since demanded that Ukraine formally declare itself a impartial nation that can by no means be part of the US-led NATO army bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was fully unprovoked and has denied claims it was planning to retake the 2 republics by pressure.

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