The names of the Russian speakers who will speak at the open session of the UN are kept secret for the time being, so that, according to Dmitry Polyansky, Russia’s First Deputy Representative to the UN, they are not “pressed”.
Russia has requested a meeting of the UN Security Council for March 14, at which the situation in Ukraine will be discussed again. Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the organization, announced this in his Telegram channel.
According to the Russian diplomat, in Ukraine, as well as in Western European countries, the level of Russophobia has allegedly increased and this needs to be discussed at the international platform provided by the UN.
“Today (Friday March 10, – ed.), we requested an open meeting of the UN Security Council on Tuesday, March 14, on Russophobia as a factor hindering the search for long-term and sustainable solutions to the Ukrainian crisis (meaning a full-scale war in Ukraine, – ed. ) Of course, let’s go through Russophobia both in Ukraine and in the West,” Polyansky wrote.
The names of the speakers from the Russian Federation, according to the country’s deputy representative to the UN, will be announced only on March 13, on the eve of the meeting.
“So that they are not subjected to pressure from our enemies, as is often the case,” the Russian diplomat added.
He also said that the UN meeting will begin at 17:00 Moscow time (16:00 Kyiv time).
As of 23:00, Ukrainian Permanent Representative to the UN Serhiy Kislitsa and Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba did not officially respond to the Russian diplomat’s statement.
Recall that on December 7, 2022, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced the revival of Russophobia in Germany. Russophobic tendencies, according to the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry, are observed throughout the European Union, but there is a special demand from Berlin. The situation in international relations has become “a tragedy for the West,” the minister said.
As we informed earlier, in August 2022, the Russian Foundation for Strategic Culture wrote an article about Russophobia among “important Jews”. The authors of the material argue that Jews should remember the Russian Ivan, who “blew out the furnaces of Auschwitz with his blood.”
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