Former Ukrainian FM commented on Russia’s Lavrov appearance at the G20 summit


Russian dictator Vladimir Putin

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin

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The Kremlin wanted to test the world’s reaction to Russia’s presence at such an event. Russian dictator Vladimir PutinOhryzko said, will meet in the same format within a few months.

“Lavrov was sent as a test ball to see what the reaction at the meeting would be and what would be written about it in the world,” Orizko said.

According to diplomats, “If Russia remains until today’s November, Putin will have some dilemma. Whether to go.”

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“If I were him, people wouldn’t repeat his own feat in Australia in 2014 when people didn’t want to sit next to him. Now it’s political suicide to do it again,” Orizko said. Said.

President Putin was scorned at the G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia in November 2014 after Russia invaded and began occupying the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine.

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At the event, Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper told the dictator:

Today, according to Ohhryzko, the concept of Russian diplomacy is completely lacking due to propaganda.

“Currently, Russia has no diplomatic function left,” he said.

“(Russian diplomats do nothing) except sitting somewhere in some embassies (but this is almost a cover of spies rather than diplomacy) and simulating some turbulence. I remembered another moment: the direct supply of cocaine was established from Argentina by diplomatic agents, it can carry large amounts of cocaine to Russia. “

Lavrov said Russia was called “invaders, occupiers, invaders” at the G20 Foreign Ministers Summit. He left the summit earlier than planned.

Lavrov’s attendance at the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Summit was also seen as confirming the possibility that the Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin will attend the G20 Summit in Bali on November 15-16.

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Some heads of state are wondering if Putin will attend the summit personally if they attend.

Lavrov was boycotted at the G20 Foreign Ministers Summit.

In particular, Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi refused to attend the official supper if Lavrov attended.

The traditional group photo of all participants had to be canceledBecause some people didn’t want to stand side by side with Lavrov.