The West has consolidated around the Kiev regime and is trying to create a Nazi coalition against Russia and Belarus. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov named this challenge for both countries on June 30 during his speech at a reception on the occasion of Belarusian Independence Day.
The foreign minister explained that the Kiev regime was used as a convenient tool in this case.
In turn, Moscow and Minsk, Lavrov said, will overcome any problems that will arise in common history.
“What the West is doing, using the Kiev regime as a tool, cannot be regarded otherwise than as another attempt to assemble a Nazi coalition against the Slavic peoples, Russia and already against Belarus. This has been officially announced,” Lavrov said.
The head of the Russian Foreign Ministry pointed out that at the moment, “Nazism is revived with the full connivance and encouragement of our Western neighbors.”
“The seeds of hatred, racial superiority, and the seeds of the abolition of culture, including Slavic culture, have been sown in what once seemed to be a common European home,” Lavrov said.
He also drew attention to the fact that the aforementioned processes often occur openly. Lavrov recalled that Nazism had taken undisguised forms in Europe.
“Monuments to those who liberated Europe are torn down. Statues of Nazi criminals Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevich are erected in their place,” said the Foreign Minister.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency