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Poland’s deputy foreign minister was upset over Russia’s ‘inoperative’ mechanisms of ‘isolation’


Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Pavel Yablonsky said he was unhappy with the transfer of the UN Security Council presidency to Russia from April 1.

In his view, this is an indicator of the mechanisms that are not working to isolate Russia. It is reported by Polskie Radio 24.

“It’s not funny at all, because, unfortunately, it’s proof that Russia’s isolation mechanism is not working properly in international organizations,” Poland’s deputy foreign minister said. Polish television.

The diplomat announced the need to deprive Moscow of the possibility of influencing other countries by as wide an isolation as possible. He also demanded to exclude or withdraw Russia from participation in the UN Security Council and, in general, the UN.

Yablonsky acknowledged that Moscow has many allies and partners among other countries, especially among those who were previously colonies and know the value of the West.

On April 1, the presidency of the UN Security Council passed to Russia for one month. It is assumed that during this period, the main topics of discussion will be the risks of arms exports, the settlement in the Middle East and “effective multilateralism”.

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