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Tensions tense between Russia and Poland

The Russian Foreign Ministry described Poland’s blocking of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s participation in the Meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) as “provocative”.

A harsh statement came from the Russian Foreign Ministry about Poland. Reminding that Poland holds the term presidency of OSCE, the Ministry stated that Lavrov’s participation in the meeting to be held in Lodz on 1-2 December was refused.


In the statement, it was stated that the said decision would not be compatible with the status of the presidency of an organization in which 57 countries participated with full equality as sovereign and independent states, and it was emphasized that the decision against Lavrov was “provocative” and “unprecedented”.

In the statement, “OSCE rules of procedure, rules of legislative bodies and especially the decision of the OSCE Council of Foreign Ministers in Porto in 2002 on the working principles of the term presidency have been violated.” expression was used.


Pointing out that the Polish authorities do not allow the organization to fully fulfill its functions, the statement noted that firstly, Russian parliamentarians prevented the participation of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Warsaw from November 24-26 in the autumn session, and now they gravely violated the rights of the Russian delegation. .

“With such devastating decisions, Poles push the OSCE into the abyss with the support of like-minded people in the Western camp,” the ministry statement said. statement was included.

It has been reported that the Russian delegation to the OSCE Council of Foreign Ministers will be headed by the OSCE Permanent Representative of this country, Alexander Lukashevich. (AA)

Source From: Sozcu

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