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South Africa will not renounce neutrality in conflict in Ukraine

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President of the Republic of South Africa Cyrillic Ramaphosa declaration On the occasion of Africa Day, he stressed that his country will not give up its neutrality in the conflict in Ukraine.

According to the website of the RBC edition, they are trying to intimidate the president with sanctions on the country’s economy, but his opinion is strict.

“We will continue our commitment to the peaceful resolution of conflicts wherever they arise,” said Ramaphosa.

The South African President’s criticisms of Western countries stem from his aggressive policy towards those who “did not agree” with him and his threats coming directly from South Africa.

Earlier, the publication A42 wrote that an Australian doctor abducted in Africa was rescued after seven years of captivity.

Source: Riafan

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