As a showdown between Russia and NATO continues over Ukraine, Russia’s Foreign Minister, Lavrov, says NATO’s disease has deteriorated far too much.
According to Russia’s Foreign Minister, Lavrov, a US-led military organization has gone too far after mocking it as “brain-dead” NATO.
Citing president Macron of France, Lavrov said that Macron at one time diagnosed NATO as being “brain-dead” adding that judging from how the block has been grooming “Keiv’s neo-nazi regime”, the disease has deteriorated far too much already.
In 2019, President Macron of France declared NATO brain-dead, “We are experiencing the brain-death of NATO” while talking to economists as he warned European countries that they couldn’t rely on the US to defend NATO allies.
Lavrov slammed Europe’s insane fantasies: “The new European forum was encouraging insane fantasies of those who still have power in Ukraine.”
“The so-called European political community was convened yesterday at the initiative of President Macron, and after the meeting, the EU’s diplomacy chief, Joseph Borrell, proudly declared that security has been evolving without Russia’s involvement.” ” So they have been toeing Keiv’s line while encouraging insane fantasies of those who still have the power there,” says Lavrov.
Previously, Russia’s foreign minister, Lavrov, said that the EU political organization was turning anti-Russia. He has also accused the US and its allies of being responsible for the spike in global tensions.
Lavrov says that recent remarks by Ukraine’s president, Zelensky, confirm why Russia’s special military operation was justified. Zelensky recently called for a preemptive nuclear strike on Russia.
Russia’s FM Lavrov has played a crucial role in defending Russia’s military operation in Ukraine and has been in the realm of Russia’s diplomacy since February 24, 2022, when the special military operation started.
Despite being under US and its allies’ sanctions, Lavrov has managed to travel to Africa and Asia to talk to Russia’s allies and the US before attending the UN general meeting in September.