Russias foreign minister angrily denounced the West: how can we protect human rights when we blow up other countries?

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 Russias foreign minister angrily denounced the West: how can we protect human rights when we blow up other countries?


Lavrov pointed out that individual rights and freedoms in the words of Western countries are incompatible with open military threats imposed by blockades and sanctions against Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, Iran and Syria.

Lavrov said that the Western countries subverted the government in Libya and Iraq and destroyed their national status. Bombing resulted in tens of thousands of deaths. Bombing sovereign countries, destroying their national status policies... What is the correlation with the protection of human rights?

On September 2, Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov met with Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif (ICphoto)

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov wrote in the magazine Russia in Global Affairs on September 20, The World at a Crossroads and the Future System of International Relations.

Lavrov recalled the Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union in World War II and said that some influential people in the West were intentionally ignoring the facts and intending to privatize victory.

Western countries ignored the Soviet Unions contribution to defeating the Nazis and labelled Russia as a revisionist force claiming that Russia was harming the welfare of the free world.

He pointed out that this interpretation of the past meant that some partners regarded the establishment of transatlantic relations and permanent U.S. military presence in Europe as significant achievements of the post-war international relations system, but this was by no means the scenario envisaged when the United Nations was created.

Rule-based order?

Lavrov wrote that the so-called rule-based order is often invoked in the West. However, these controversial rules were invented by Western politicians themselves to selectively meet their own needs and usurp the decision-making process.

Recent examples of such deceptive tactics are the Global Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the arms watchdog.

Western countries first accused Syria of carrying out chemical attacks without any evidence. Then it manipulates the OPCW procedure, bypasses the UN Security Council, and directly designates others as chemical war criminals.

Lavrov called it a dangerous revisionist phenomenon that undermined the UN mechanism and paved the way for further confrontation.

Agreement Breakage

Lavrov cited the abandonment of the arms control treaty by the United States as another example of its hooliganism. The United States abandoned the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002 and the Mid-Missile Treaty in August this year.

In 2015, the parties negotiated hard to reach the Iranian Nuclear Agreement. Last year, the United States repeated its mistakes and tore up the agreement. It also hinted at lifting the ban on the deployment of weapons in space.

Lavrov said that the U.S. trade war and sanctions ultimately hope to gain competitive advantage through non-market means, but this is increasing instability and deepening international distrust.

Multicentric world

The article points out that the world was dominated by a few big powers in the 19th and 20th centuries, and that today the world should get rid of this imperialist mode of thinking.

(function () {(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); is currently a multi-centred world, which means that all countries must consider the practices of other countries without exception. Lavrov believes that only in this way can a stable and secure future be guaranteed. Most countries want to implement their own domestic and foreign policies and do not want to be calculated by other countriesgeopolitics. Therefore, we should give full play to the potential of the G20 and reform the UN Security Council, because the seats of the Western countries in the Security Council are overestimated. Lavrov believes that a reformed institution will better respect the interests of Asian, African and Latin American countries and safeguard the broadest consensus among the UN member states. He pointed out that the most important thing in todays politics is not to threaten and pressure, but to seek consensus. He quoted Soviet diplomatic veteran Gromiko as saying, Ten years of negotiation is better than one day of war. Source: Responsible Editor of Observer Network: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

At present, it is a multi-centred world, which means that all countries must consider the practices of other countries without exception. Lavrov believes that only in this way can a stable and secure future be guaranteed.

Most countries want to implement their own domestic and foreign policies and do not want to be calculated by other countriesgeopolitics. Therefore, we should give full play to the potential of the G20 and reform the UN Security Council, because the seats of the Western countries in the Security Council are overestimated.

Lavrov believes that a reformed institution will better respect the interests of Asian, African and Latin American countries and safeguard the broadest consensus among the UN member states.

He pointed out that the most important thing in todays politics is not to threaten and pressure, but to seek consensus. He quoted Soviet diplomatic veteran Gromiko as saying, Ten years of negotiation is better than one day of war.