Russia may stop conducting dialogue with EU leaders

The Russian Foreign Minister pointed out the need for the EU and Germany to fulfill their international legal obligations in the case of Navalny’s poisoning, in particular, the Convention on Assistance in Criminal Matters and its supplementary protocols.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said about the likelihood of the termination of communication between Moscow and EU leaders, complaining about the lack of understanding in the European community of the need for mutually respectful dialogue. Lavrov said this during a speech at the Valdai discussion platform, Interfax reports.

“Those people who are responsible for foreign policy in the West and do not understand the need for a mutually respectful conversation, perhaps we should just stop communicating with them for a while, especially since (head of the European Commission – ed.) Ursula von der Leyen says, that the geopolitical partnership with the current Russian government is not working. So be it if they want it,” the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

On the issue of the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, Lavrov pointed out the need for the EU and Germany to fulfill their international legal obligations in this case, in particular, the European Convention on Assistance in Criminal Matters and its supplementary protocols.

According to the minister, he expressed the Russian vision of the current situation to the high representative of the EU Josep Borrell and noted the arrogant attitude of the European Union towards it.

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4 comments

  • Horseface needs to look at his shithole of a country first, before whining about international obligations. How many UN resolutions have the terrorist state ignored regarding human rights in Russia, Crimea, Syria? Plus, you have been accused of poisoning Navalny. The evidence will be in a court of law, hopefully the Hague, there you will have the chance to prove your innocence, through one of the many theories coming out of the Kremlin.

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  • “The Russian Foreign Minister pointed out the need for the EU and Germany to fulfill their international legal obligations in the case of Navalny’s poisoning, in particular, the Convention on Assistance in Criminal Matters and its supplementary protocols.”
    I agree fully. The EU should finally apply sanctions from hell on mafia land.

    “Those people who are responsible for foreign policy in the West and do not understand the need for a mutually respectful conversation…”
    Eeyore fails to realize that this is exactly the biggest problem the EU has … too much respectful conversation … in particular with those not deserving respect.

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    • The occupants of the Kremlin have no idea what “respectful conversation” is. They’re like children and think that means, “give me what I want.”

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