Talked about “neo-Nazis”: Lavrov commented on Zelensky's words at the G20, – Bloomberg

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Told about 'neo-Nazis': Lavrov commented on Zelensky's words at the G20, — Bloomberg

Journalists noted that Lavrov used Putin's rhetoric before the February 24 invasion. The summit participants did not boycott the speech of the Russian minister, but they were clearly tired of the bombast of such statements.

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who led the Russian delegation to the G20 summit in Indonesia, took the floor after the speech by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The head of the diplomatic department did not invent anything and used the arguments of President Putin before the February 24 invasion, calling Zelensky's speech Russophobic and talking about “neo-Nazis.” This was reported by Bloomberg.

Observers write that Lavrov did not leave the meeting room during Zelensky's virtual speech. After the Ukrainian president finished his speech, Lavrov took the floor and said that he had to answer him.

Lavrov characterized the words of the Ukrainian president, calling the rhetoric militant, aggressive and Russophobic. The minister also once again stated that Russia is fighting “neo-Nazis” in Ukraine and protecting the Russian-speaking population, emphasizing the “groundlessness” of Zelensky's demands.

“In my speech, I asked what, say, our Western colleagues if Belgium banned the French language, just like Ukraine banned Russian in all areas without exception. There were no answers,” Lavrov told reporters.

Journalists note that during the speech of the Russian minister, the summit participants did not leave their seats en masse, which was a kind of rhetorical victory for Russia, but the reaction in the hall was restrained, which suggests that other world leaders are tired of the bombast of such statements by the Kremlin.

After Lavrov's arrival at the Bolshoi twenty” in a number of Western media reported that the head of the Russian delegation was hospitalized due to heart problems. Bellingcat journalists conducted an investigation, and based on satellite images, they tried to determine the location in order to confirm the data on Lavrov's hospitalization.