Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed that the West uses terrorists to achieve its goals, stressing that the fight against terrorism must be carried out away from double standards.
Lavrov said during a press conference with his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto in Moscow today: "The talks dealt with the West's use of terrorists to achieve its goals, and we stressed the need to combat terrorism away from double standards."
Lavrov indicated that the West's approach to Ukraine, the hybrid war it is leading against Russia, and its transformation of the Kyiv regime into a tool to undermine the rights of Russian citizens in the eastern regions, were discussed.
Lavrov said that Russia and Pakistan are working to increase cooperation in the field of energy, indicating that Washington will work to impede this cooperation, as it does with regard to cooperation between Russia, China and India.
With regard to the Pakistan Stream project, Lavrov said: The issue of building the project is at an advanced stage, and more progress will be made in the very near future.
For his part, the Pakistani Foreign Minister stated that it was agreed to expand cooperation in the field of energy and in the technical, military and other fields, indicating that there are no obstacles to developing relations with Russia, and that his country stresses in its conversations with Washington and Europe the importance of dialogue in resolving conflicts.
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