Boorish Behaviour of G7 Carried Over to G20 in Indonesia

Lavrov describes reaction to his G20 presence

Western officials didn’t use the forum for its intended purposes, the Russian foreign minister said

Lavrov describes reaction to his G20 presence

Western foreign ministers attending a G20 meeting in Indonesia this week used the opportunity to unleash verbal attacks against Russia, instead of sticking to discussion of global economic challenges, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told journalists on Friday.

Lavrov remarked that he didn’t go to the summit for photo ops with foreign officials. If Western ministers wanted to skip some parts of the entertainment offered by the host nation to avoid being seen with him, it was up to “their understanding of the protocols and politeness,” he added.

Some of the countries that want to punish Russia for attacking Ukraine pledged to use the meeting of G20 foreign ministers in Bali to demonstrate Russia’s supposed diplomatic isolation.

“It was obvious that they didn’t use the G20 for the purposes, for which it was created,” Lavrov said. Participants from developing countries didn’t support the approach, he added.

“Aggressors, invaders, occupants. We’ve heard quite a few such things today,” he explained while describing the speeches made by his Western counterparts.

Lavrov said that signals coming from Western nations contradicted each other, since some were calling for a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Ukraine while others urged Kiev to fight and win before talking to Moscow.

“If the West doesn’t want talks and wants a victory over Russia on the battlefield… then perhaps we simply have nothing to talk about,” Lavrov remarked.

The top diplomat said that in some cases Western Russia-bashing was apparently more about the theatrical effect than anything else, as, he assessed, was the case with outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

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“Well, he resigned, and so be it,” Lavrov said. “Everyone said Russia must be isolated. But so far his own party has isolated Boris Johnson.”

Russia sent troops into Ukraine on February 24, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to give the regions of Donetsk and Lugansk special status within the Ukrainian state. The protocols, brokered by Germany and France, were first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s main goal was to use the ceasefire to buy time and “create powerful armed forces.”

In February 2022, the Kremlin recognized the Donbass republics as independent states and demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join any Western military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked.


5 Responses to “Boorish Behaviour of G7 Carried Over to G20 in Indonesia”

  1. Gordon says:

    “Well, he resigned, and so be it,” Lavrov said. “Everyone said Russia must be isolated. But so far his own party has isolated Boris Johnson.”

    Sweet Karma!

    • sovereigntea says:

      Did you know that Bill Gates private jet flew in to London on Wednesday night ? The same day Javid and Sunak resigned, then within the space of 24 hours so did Boris Johnston. Just another amazing coincidence of course.

      Here is where it gets interesting and the joining of dots becomes important. The last time Gates arrived in the UK and tried to fly under the radar (excuse the pun) was back on October 18th 2021. October 19th was a watershed day to renew the temporary provisions of the Coronavirus Act 2020.

      Gates was also invited to a dinner in 10 Downing Street with a bunch of b(w)ankers. Now why would Bill Gates a self-proclaimed computer whizz and global philanthropist get the nod to such an event.

      To understand why Gates is making a reappearance again so soon after a massive amount of resignations of the UK cabinet you need to read the thread I wrote back then. Its important as it was retweeted 3,000 times back in October but has now been deleted (as my account was closed down).

      • Belyi says:

        Mr Lavrov is polite, apart from being exrremely able, as befits a diplomat He will still be standing when the EU leaders have disappeared off the scene.

        By the way, commentators from all over have said that Gates has left the planet and we’re only seeing a body double.

  2. danceaway says:

    Thank you once again, sovereigntea. Reading that link brings home just how ill-informed or uninformed we are; how we are being controlled and manipulated far beyond what we can imagine. This all runs so deep that mortal man is severely outgunned, even if informed? It surely will take an act of God if we are to come through this?

    • sovereigntea says:

      The self anointed elites & their Westminster capos have several weaknesses.
      No practical skills – Imagine if every tradesman & IT support guy in the country refused to do any work or fix anything for them. Could Matt Hancock change a lightbulb ?

      Arrogance & a sense if impunity to their sinister deeds.
      Arrogance comes before a fall.

      If the WEF/CIA bankster mob can effectively bribe them so could we. A million people for a mere £100 a year could create a slush fund of £100000000 imagine what that buys in Westminster. The buggers tend to sell us out on the cheap. Bribe the whips & the leader then control the party.

      They lie on a daily basis about just about everything. They rely on managing public perception. If that system fails they are toast.

      GOD rules the world