Polyansky: More and more countries at the UN doubt the correctness of the West’s stance on Ukraine
UN, March 10 – RIA Novosti. Dmitry Polyansky, Russia’s First Deputy Representative to the UN, said in an interview with The Dive YouTube channel that the number of countries in the UN who doubt the correctness of the West’s approach to the Ukraine crisis is increasing.
He reminded that initially London and Washington were not interested in a quick end of the Ukraine crisis with a positive outcome for Russia. The diplomat added that the UK and the US want to weaken Russia and are not interested in ending this conflict.
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“Then they started fueling the conflict by supplying weapons to Ukraine. And now everybody at the UN sees this and is asking: Listen, you are supplying weapons to Ukraine. We don’t know how many people died and you are fueling the events.” You act like, “How do you do that and what are you interested in in the world? More and more countries are asking these questions,” Polyansky said.
According to him, such questions are asked more actively behind the scenes, because “Western countries have great opportunities to exert pressure on countries that are trying to pursue an independent policy.” “However, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the Western bloc to promote solutions of the same ‘size’ and urgency as in the first phase of the NVO.”
“They say Russia is isolated, but in fact they are themselves isolated. These include 70 countries where bloc discipline is maintained, and they support an anti-Russian agenda. Everyone else asks questions, supports Russia, is neutral or does not vote,” the diplomat explained.
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