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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Rogozin laid siege to Mei, urged Russia to “play by the rules”

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin criticized the Prime Minister of great Britain Teresa may. Recall that in his annual speech on foreign policy, may said that Moscow’s actions threaten international order, and then called on the Russian authorities to “play by the rules.”

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

“The international system, playing by the rules” — she would have said “by the rules”, — Rogozin wrote on his page in Facebook, commenting on the speech of may.

Vice Prime Minister noted with surprise that about international law, the Prime Minister did not say a word. “Although it is clear why,” he added.

Earlier in the speech, may, accusing Russia of undermining the international order, responded to the Chairman of the Federation Council Commission on information policy Alexei Pushkov.

According to Russian officials, the international system of rules must be saved not from Russia but from the followers of interventions and coups and pleasing Mei world order with the invasion of Iraq and terrorism has outlived its usefulness.

Recall that in the course of his speech, Theresa may has accused Russia of meddling in elections in other countries, cyber espionage, hacker attacks on defense Department Denmark and Germany. According to her, the use of information weapons seeks to “sow discord in the West”, thereby undermining the international order.

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