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Monday, October 16, 2017

“Russian manners” Lavrov: Minister of foreign Affairs advised a Swiss journalist to “go away”

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov before talks with the foreign Minister of Switzerland Didier Burkhalter on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations gave several “valuable true Russian Soviets” a Swiss journalist. After a short conversation in an ironic manner, the head of Russian diplomacy moved to the “slang” and frankly in Russian was advised to “shark pen”: “now get out!”

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

To begin with, the head of the Russian foreign Ministry asked the startled journalist from Switzerland: “Unless we have a press conference?” Then immediately gave him the first Russian securities advice: “Never say “last,” never”, reports RT.

After that, Lavrov instantly switched and asked the representative of the media: “what have you there?”

The journalist was interested in the seemingly banal question, I would like to wish the Russian Minister to his Swiss counterpart on the last day of his stay at the UN General Assembly.

“Well, I wish Mr. Burkhalter what he wants for himself. After all, it’s not what we wish for others and what they want for themselves” Lavrov joked.

“Nice said, very Russian. Thank you very much” – admired Swiss journalist rhetoric, the Russian foreign Minister.

“Now get out,” – said Lavrov and really laughed out loud, causing huge confusion in the audience of guests.


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