Lavrov: Russia Rejects ‘New World Order’ and Is Moving Towards ‘Fair World Order’

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Less than a week after Joe Biden announced his administration is working towards the implementation of the New World Order, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov vowed that Russia will never accept the New World Order and its dire consequences for humanity.

Instead, Lavrov announced Russia under President Putin are carving a path towards a ‘fairer world order.’

Lavrov met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday, marking the first visit to a key ally since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine on February 24, according to The Economic Times.

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The two countries will work to achieve “a multipolar, fair, and democratic world order,” Lavrov said, speaking from the Chinese city of Tunxi located in the eastern inland Anhui Province.

In a video released by the Russian foreign ministry ahead of a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Lavrov said the world was “living through a very serious stage in the history of international relations”.

At the end of this reshaping of global relations “we, together with you, and with our sympathisers will move towards a multipolar, just, democratic world order“, Lavrov said. -Economic Times

Lavrov and Yi were seen on Chinese TV in face masks bumping elbows in front of their national flags shortly before the meetings – which Lavrov will attend – to discuss ways to help Afghanistan recover from the 20 year US occupation.

Both the US and the Taliban are expected to be in attendance at the talks.

US officials have grown frustrated with Beijing’s refusal to condemn the invasion of Ukraine, and have accused China of signalling a “willingness” to provide both economic and military aid to Russia.

According to Russia’s state-owned TASS news agency, Wang said that despite “new challenges” to relations between China and Russia, “the will of both sides to develop bilateral relations has become even stronger.”

Earlier this month Wang said that China’s relationship with Russia is “one of the most crucial bilateral relationships in the world,” and is “ironclad.”

H/T Zero Hedge

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