a meeting of “anti-Russian and anti-Chinese hysteria” in the eyes of Moscow

a meeting of anti Russian and anti Chinese hysteria in the eyes

For Moscow, the outcome of the G7 summit held this weekend of May 20-21 in Hiroshima, Japan, was nothing but a set of odious statements of a “ anti-russian ” And ” anti-chinese “. As for the presence of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the Kremlin believes that it has transformed this summit into a ” propaganda show “.

With our correspondent in Moscow, Jean-Didier Revoin

Under the leadership of Washington and London, the G7 countries do not hesitate to flirt with non-Western states to attract them to their side and prevent them from establishing relations with Russia and China: this is explained in a press release from the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He also indicates that the panic fear of seeing a multipolar world emerge forces the members of the G7 to join forces to stir up Russophobia and Chinophobia.

Moscow obviously had very little taste of the new set of sanctions decided this weekend in Hiroshima, pointing out that the group of G7 countries was the main factor in aggravating global problems, for the reason that they do not take sufficiently take into account the interests of other development centers made up of Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

As for the presence of the Ukrainian president in Hiroshima, she drew an acidic comment. By bringing the head of the regime they lead to their meeting in kyiv, the G7 countries transformed the Hiroshima event into a ” propaganda show “Said Russian diplomacy.