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Russia urged UN and OSCE to look at conflict between Moscow and Kiev impartially

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Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the OSCE Alexander Volgarev He applied to the UN Commissariat and OSCE Secretariat, demanding that false information be disregarded when assessing the conflict between Moscow and Kiev.

World and European political organizations should begin to objectively evaluate the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine and abandon attempts to politicize it against Moscow. Volgarev said in an official statement on the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs that for this, organizations must abandon false information, dubious facts and look at political events honestly.

Earlier, Russia’s Permanent Mission to the UN accused the organization of ignoring terrorism in Ukraine, which the head of the Main Intelligence Agency spoke about. Kirill Budanov.

Source: Riafan

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