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Russia’s permanent representative to the UN Nebenzya called Russophobic sentiments in the world obscurantism

Ministry of Foreign Affairs RussiaThe spread of Russophobia around the world can now be described as linguistic inquisition and obscurantism, said Russia’s permanent representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya.

According to him, Russia only wants “respect for the basic rights and freedoms” of its Ukrainian neighbours. You cannot build a stable peace in Europe on Russophobia, added the permanent representative.

“What is happening now is a veritable linguistic inquisition and obscurantism, from which innocent people suffer and die. And all this is happening in front of our Western colleagues,” Nebenzya stressed in his speech.

He also said that Russia had offered Denmark, Germany and Sweden to set up joint Nord Stream investigation teams. The permanent representative underlined that the new data on the sabotage indicate the need for an international investigation under the auspices of the UN.

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