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Lavrov: “Conflict in Ukraine demonstrates Western attempts to secure world domination”

"Acting in the worst colonial traditions, Americans and their allies are trying to divide the world into 'democracies' and 'authoritarian regimes'"

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The situation in Ukraine is only one manifestation of attempts by Western countries to ensure its world domination. This was claimed by the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, in an interview for the magazine "Razvedchik", taken by the press office of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

“It is obvious that the situation in and around Ukraine is only one of the manifestations of a large-scale conflict associated with attempts by a narrow group of Western states to ensure world domination and hinder the formation of a multipolar architecture,” Lavrov said. According to the Russian minister, "acting in the worst colonial traditions, the Americans and their allies are trying to divide the world into 'democracies' and 'authoritarian regimes'". "If we call it a spade, it is a group of chosen ones who have a kind of 'exclusivity', while everyone else must act in the interests of the 'golden billion'," the diplomat stressed. Lavrov further noted that the main trend of modern international development is the strengthening of multipolarity. This is demonstrated by the fact that the new world centers in Eurasia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America are achieving "impressive successes in various fields thanks to their independence, state sovereignty and cultural identity".

“Guided primarily by their national interests, they pursue an independent foreign policy. Thus, they contribute to the formation of a new, more sustainable, equitable and democratic polycentric world order, reflecting the inalienable right of peoples to determine their own destiny,” Lavrov said. Finally, the Russian minister noted that some countries in the West are starting to recognize this, but "the right conclusions do not lead to practical results, to a change in foreign policy philosophy on the principles of international law and equal and indivisible security".

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