On the delivery of the Russian Humanitarian Aid to the Republic of Malawi, April 29, 2019

On April 29, a special flight carried out by EMERCOM of Russia delivered over 30 tonnes of humanitarian cargo to the capital of Malawi, Lilongwe, for further transmission to the people of Malawi...

Briefing by Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova, Moscow, April 25, 2019

On April 29, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of Bangladesh Abulkalam Abdul Momen will come to Moscow on a working visit at the invitation of Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. During the talks the foreign ministers are expected to discuss the condition of current Russian-Bangladeshi relations, prospects for advancing the political dialogue, the development of trade, economic, people-to-people and other ties, as well as the expansion of the bilateral contractual legal framework. In considering the international and regional agenda, special attention will be paid to deeper interaction in international organisations, above all the UN and its specialised agencies.

On the delivery of the Russian Humanitarian Aid to the Republic of Zimbabwe

A total of over 30 tons of humanitarian aid (including food, tents, blankets etc.) for the most affected by the tropical Cyclone "Idai" districts of Zimbabwe was delivered to Harare on April 25,...

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s remarks at the Moscow Conference on International Security, Moscow, April 24, 2019

Today, the US and their allies have embarked on the path of re-writing the generally accepted norms of international law and replacing them with their own rules-based order, that is, an order based on rules which they themselves invent for their own purposes but change every now and then, so they suit their own political ends. We are deeply concerned about the attempts by the West to dilute the principle of the sovereign equality of countries and make international organisations serve their parochial and selfish ends, by privatising their secretariats. This approach can be seen in the OPCW, UNESCO and other organisations. Whenever they fail to succeed, they create narrow formats to take unilateral decisions which, afterwards, they impose on the entire international community. It turns out that in international relations the countries which regularly call on everyone to support democracy are guided by standards that are far from democratic. It has become standard practice in the US to punish those who disagree with the US policy of dictating to them, as well as unfair competition by imposing unlawful sanctions.
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