Lavrov called Ukraine's attempts to get away from the Minsk agreements “Goebbels school”
Lavrov compared Kiev's attempts to abandon the Minsk agreements with the art of Goebbels
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, along with Ukrainian ministers, publicly refuses to comply with the Minsk agreements. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at a press conference on the results of negotiations with British Foreign Minister Liz Truss called the art of Goebbels Kiev's attempts to get away from the Minsk agreements. The broadcast is published by TASS.
“Minister of Foreign Affairs [Dmytro] Kuleba explicitly stated that there would be no direct dialogue with Donetsk and Luhansk, since such a dialogue is not provided for in the Minsk agreements. This, you see, is definitely the Goebbels school, and maybe even surpasses the art of the chief propagandist of the Third Reich, ”the diplomat said.
Earlier, Lavrov summed up the results of the meeting with his British colleague Liz Truss, which took place in Moscow on February 10. After the conversation, the Russian minister noted that relations between Moscow and London leave much to be desired and are at their lowest point in many years. He stressed that this situation was not the fault of the Russian side.
Commenting on the results of the talks, the minister compared the dialogue between Russia and the West with a conversation between a mute and a deaf person. According to him, the most detailed explanations of the Russian side about the fact that Moscow has no plans to attack Ukraine “fell on unprepared ground.”