Lavrov doesn't know yet if he can work with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Andrey Deshchitsa in the future

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Andrey Deshchitsa went too far when chanted obscene remarks regarding Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

"Those who supporting the current Ukrainian leadership in Washington also don't shy away from using strong language; however, a diplomat, should chose his words carefully," said Lavrov. He added that he doesn't know yet that after the incident he still can work with the Ukrainian foreign minister.

Apparently, Deshchitsa showed up at the Russian Embassy in Kiev on Saturday that was attacked by radicals and in the presence of journalists and cheering crowd joined the mob by chanting slogans like "Putin's a fucker".

Regarding the Saturday's attack on the Russian embassy Lavrov remarked that the attack was spearheaded by members of the Azov battalion, which has been set up and financed by tycoon Igor Kolomoisky, the governor of Dnepropertovsk.

"That's good food for thought for our Western partners, who give all forms of support to any move by the Ukrainian government - it's a good opportunity for them to see what that government does with the powers it acquired after Maidan," the minister said.

(Oroszország Hangja - the Voice of Russia – –


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