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Friday, October 28, 2016

Shoigu: Russia and the US destroyed the world order

The Minister of defence of the Russian Federation, in response to a loud statement of the head of the Pentagon Ashton Carter about what the Kremlin is responsible for undermining the foundations of world order, urged the White house not to confuse the world order with its American model.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The speech Carter delivered from the podium at Oxford University, was outraged by Sergei Shoigu, who immediately reminded his American counterpart operations in the United States and Western partners in Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and other countries.

“It is the States with its Western partners, from Bosnia and Kosovo to Iraq and Libya, has consistently eroded the basic foundations of the world order. Russia since… the dismemberment of Yugoslavia every time warned that in the end will lead to such actions, but the United States every time you step on the same rakes in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya,… not making any conclusions”, – quotes the Russian defense Minister RIA Novosti.

“America it’s time to change strategy, then you won’t have to make excuses for his mistakes, blaming Russia, China and other countries with independent point of view”, – said Sergey Shoigu.

Finally, he gave valuable advice to the White house, advising to quit finally to confuse the world order with the American idea of it.

“Maintaining the world order – the duty of the entire international community and not solely of the Pentagon… Russia has always advocated the preservation of a fair and multipolar world,… the sooner the White house realize this, the sooner will be solved all the accumulated differences… it’s Time to stop confusing the world order with American,” he said.


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