Ukrainian President wants to provoke conflict between NATO and Russia, Russian FM says
Ukrainian President wants to provoke conflict between NATO and Russia, Russian FM says

Statements by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky show that he wants to provoke a conflict between NATO and Russia, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.

“I have a question: if he [Zelensky] is so upset that NATO did not stand up for him, as he had hoped, does it mean he relies on getting NATO involved in this whole story as a way of resolving the conflict, rather than negotiations,” Lavrov said at a news conference on Saturday following his talks with Kyrgyzstan’s Foreign Minister Ruslan Kazakbayev.

“So, it means that he doesn’t hear the regular statements by Washington, Paris, Berlin and other capitals that NATO is not going to interfere in this conflict. . . .And it means that he is seeking to provoke a conflict involving NATO, between NATO and Russia,” Lavrov said.

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