According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Moscow and the countries of the Islamic world reject Western “ultra-liberal values”.
Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Sergei Lavrov said that his country, together with Muslim states, supports the construction of a more just, democratic, multipolar world order, which is based on the principles of the UN. The head of the Russian Foreign Ministry said this during a speech at a meeting of the Russia-Islamic World Strategic Vision Group, REN TV writes.
During his speech, Lavrov called the Russian Federation a “state-civilization” that maintains good relations with the countries of the Islamic world.
“Together with friends from Muslim states, we stand for the formation of a more just, democratic multipolar world order based on the principles of the UN Charter,” Lavrov said.
Sergey Lavrov on the formation of a democratic multipolar world
The Russian Foreign Minister also stressed that Moscow and its Islamic partners reject “ultra-liberal values” that are supposedly imposed by Western countries.
Recall that on March 3, at the Raisina Dialogue forum in New Delhi, Sergey Lavrov said that the Russian Federation was allegedly trying to stop the war started against it “using Ukrainians”, which caused laughter from those present.
We also wrote that Sergei Lavrov was unable to personally attend the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, which took place on March 1, due to the sanctions restrictions imposed by the European Union.
Earlier, on February 15, in his speech to the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lavrov also said that Russia intends to support the so-called “liberation of the peoples” from the islands of Mayotte and Chagos from the colonization of France and Great Britain.
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