Russian deputy to the ambassador at the UN Dmitry Polyanskiy explains Russia’s cancelled diplomatic position

(324) Russian Diplomacy at the UN – Dmitry Polyanskiy, Alexander Mercouris & Glenn Diesen – YouTube

You never hear the Russian position in the main media.  Here it is, well explained by Dmitry Polyanskiy – a man we could easily do business with if we wanted peace in Ukraine.

Only the English Democrats campaign for a negotiation with Russia to bring peace.  Here is the man to go to, and a truce could be brought about.

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4 Responses to “Russian deputy to the ambassador at the UN Dmitry Polyanskiy explains Russia’s cancelled diplomatic position”

  1. newensign says:

    Thanks Tap – a good find. A well reasoned position by the Russian – but of course the “leadership” in the West can’t and won’t see reason!

    • Tapestry says:

      I remember the Russians I met in my travels and dealings were universally straightforward and logical like Dmitry Polyanskiy. Thanks for watching. The Americans were all over the place, and I thought at the time (25 years ago) we were in bed with the wrong team.

  2. Belyi says:

    Russian diplomats undergo strict training. And it is among the best of the best that you find their ambassadors at the UN.

    The pitiful excuses for diplomats from other important countries would be laughable if they weren’t so dangerous. Who remembers Nikki Haley and Karen Pierce (I think that was the name of the offering from the UK)?