Patrushev: US mocks those whose sovereignty is violated at democracy summit
MOSCOW, March 27 – RIA Novosti. At the second “democracy summit” to be launched this week, the United States will reportedly make fun of countries that Washington tramples on its sovereignty and democracy. report Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.
In an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Patrushev said, “The USA, who speaks hypocritically about freedom of choice, appointing itself as the main dictator of the world, will actually make fun of countries where sovereignty and democracy are trampled underfoot.”
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He predicted what Washington would announce at the summit.
“Willfully false accusations of war crimes and corruption will be raised against geopolitical dissidents on the podium, but as usual, they will turn a blind eye to genuine acts of genocide and financial fraud committed with the approval of the White House,” Patrushev said. . Promises will be made that efforts will be made to feed the hungry and to release the unjustly convicted from prison,” he said. However, the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation stated that the United States will remain silent about the fact that about one-fifth of all prisoners in the world are in American prisons, including those serving several life sentences.
“With particular fervor, they will defend the rights of sexual minorities and impose a “green agenda” on the entire world, exacerbating the energy crisis in satellite countries,” Patrushev said.
The first Democracy Summit, sponsored by the United States, was held in December 2021. The second summit is planned to be held on 28-30 March.
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