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Lavrov: The West's loss of its leadership positions pushes NATO to take reckless decisions


Moscow, SANA-Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov considered that Western countries have lost their leadership positions around the world


Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov considered that the Western countries' loss of their leadership positions around the world would push NATO to take reckless and irresponsible decisions.

Lavrov said today, during a meeting with students of the Education Program (Dialogue in the Name of the Future): “The expansionist globalization demonstrated by this aggressive bloc is unprecedented, and that the global majority is fully aware of the threats posed by this path, and that the Westerners’ realization that they have lost their superior position may cause them to take NATO.” Unconsidered and irresponsible steps.

According to Lavrov, these particular assessments will determine the positions of most countries during the discussion of the future of global security, pointing out that during the recent NATO summit in Madrid, it was announced that the alliance now bears a global responsibility.

On the other hand, Lavrov said: The nuclear powers must avoid any military confrontation between them, including a confrontation related to conventional weapons, stressing that Moscow will continue to support global security and stability, noting that at the initiative of Russia earlier this year the leaders of the permanent members confirmed In the UN Security Council that there can be no winners in a nuclear war, and that it should not be unleashed.

In this context, the Russian minister indicated that Moscow and Washington had recently confirmed their commitment to the “New START” strategic arms reduction treaty. Not long ago, Russia and the United States reaffirmed their commitment to the treaty.

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Source: sena

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