Lavrov wants Kiev not to interfere in Russia’s goals. Asks the WHO for help

The Russian Foreign Ministry reports the course of a telephone conversation between Sergei Lavrov and the Director-General of the World Health Organization.

The head of Russian diplomacy “must ensure Russia’s support for the key role of the WHO”

Lavrov said that “politicized decisions that could jeopardize international health cooperation and the effective communication between member states and the WHO must be seriously curtailed.”

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Conversation related, among other things, the situation in Ukraine. “The Russian side presented the facts of the plot against the Constitution in 2014 and the occupation of the Donbass people by the Kiev regime and the complete siege of the Donetsk and Luhansk republics,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

“Lavrov described the measures taken on a daily basis as part of a special military operation to alleviate civilian suffering, and called on the WHO to influence the Kiev regime to prevent the implementation of measures proposed for this purpose,” the statement said. According to.

On Tuesday, Duma’s Vice President Pyotr Tolstoy said the Foreign Ministry had sent Duma a list of Russia’s agreements with international organizations.

– Russia has withdrawn from the Council of Europe, and now it is time to withdraw from the WTO and the WHO, which has neglected all obligations to our country – Tolstoy said.

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