Russian FM Lavrov at UNSC speaks on Putin's war in Ukraine

Russian FM Lavrov at UNSC speaks on Putin's war in Ukraine

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke at the UN Security Council meeting in New York on Thursday about Vladimir Putin'sPutin's war in Ukraine.

What Happened: Lavrov accused Ukraine in his speech of threatening Russia's security and trampling the rights of Russians, saying that it all confirms the decision to conduct the special military operation was unavoidable.

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He said that nations supplying weapons to Ukraine and training its soldiers against Russia remained unpunished by the deliberate fomenting of this conflict by the collective West.

Lavrov was the only one in the council chamber from Russia to give a speech at the meeting attended by Secretary of State Antony Blinken and China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Lavrov did not listen to anyone else speak, the report noted.

Ukraine's foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba, took a jibe at Lavrov and said: "I noticed today that Russian diplomats flee as aptly as Russian forces." Kuleba said the amount of lies coming from Russian diplomats is quite extraordinary.

Meanwhile, Blinken slammed Putin's war in Ukraine. President Putin chose not to end the war, but to expand it, he said. How has Russia's aggression against Ukraine improved the lives of a single Russian citizen?