The Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs today criticized the “colonial methods” of the West, with an “unprecedented” pressure on developing countries to support Ukraine and what he classifies as the “imposition of Nazism”.

In a short statement to journalists after an audience with Angolan President João Lourenço, Serguei Lavrov left messages for the African country, a traditional ally of Russia that has recently grown closer to the US and other countries, stressing that the West “can betray the allies” from one moment to the next.

Lavrov welcomed “the very prolonged and consistent dialogue” with João Lourenço, with whom he discussed bilateral relations in detail, noting the reciprocal intention to develop them in various areas

“And we are going to do it despite the illegitimate pressure from the US and its partners”, stressed the head of Russian diplomacy, pointing out as the next task the preparation of the joint intergovernmental meeting for economic, commercial, technical and scientific cooperation.

In addition to the steps to be followed for the implementation of our strategic cooperation, Lavrov and Lourenço spoke “a lot” about the current situation and “about the West’s support for practices in Ukraine of imposing Nazism and the hybrid war that is developed against our country ”, he declared.

“We presented our points of view based on our contacts that prove the unprecedented pressure on the developing countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America, in this sense”, he criticized.

“As our President [Putin]the West is using the same colonialist methods that it used in the past to, in the same colonialist way, take advantage of the countries’ assets today”, added the diplomat.

Lavrov also said that “the West can, from one moment to the next, betray its allies” as happened in Afghanistan and Iraq.

“Serious and responsible countries see these behaviors very well and are ready to take measures to protect their interests, including in the financial domain”, he stressed.

He pointed out in this context “very recent initiatives” and the creation of their own currency for the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) and Latin America and the Caribbean, an issue that will be discussed at the summit of this group in late August, in Durban (South Africa), to which a group of African countries will be invited, including the Angolan president, advanced the Russian MFA.

According to the working visit program, the Russian minister also visits the Memorial Dr. António Agostinho Neto, as well as the tomb of former Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos, who died on July 8 last year.

Lavrov will soon follow for a guided tour of the National Museum of Military History and will stop by the Embassy School of the Russian Federation before lunch.

Before meeting the Angolan head of state, Lavrov and his delegation met with his counterpart, Téte António.


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