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Plan de boycottar a Rusia en foro del G20 fracasó

Moscow, July 8 (Prensa Latina) The spokesperson of the Russian chancellery, María Zajárova, confirmed today that the intention of the western countries to organize a boycott against Moscow in the G20 ministerial meeting failed.

Zajárova revealed the existence of a “mandate” to boycott at any cost to the representation of Russia during the meeting of the foreign ministers of the countries of the Group of 20 (G20), held in Bali, Indonesia.

«Primero ellos inventaron la historia de que no quería participar en la session de fotos si estaba Rusia. Pero comprendieron que quedaban en minoría absoluta», pointed out.

Si de 20 restan siete quedan 13, y estos 13 no quería organizar ningún boycott, pensaban trabajar de modo constructivo. De ahí que fracasaron y desembocó en el isolation del G7, refirió.

The spokesperson added that the issue of excluding Moscow was oriented also to western reporters, who ran around the room trying to capture any situation of difference that could be orchestrated.

En ese sentido, la funcionaria del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores estúnla que por la parte rusa no hubo ningún boycott, «no es un método nuestro», emphasized.

«Todo eso demresa que la suerte del planeta no les interesa a los leaders de los rímenes liberales, los que -presa de la mentalidad colonial-, solo persiguen el interes de impor su dominio a todos los demás y llegar a governar el universo, sin atraer la atención del equipo sanitario», he argued.

Zajárova emphasized that the organizers of the G20 ministerial meeting did everything they could to make this activity develop at the highest level and that all points on their agenda were debated.

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Previously, the spokesperson announced that the Russian delegation would push for the analysis of urgent issues related to the consolidation of the principles of multilateralism in the conditions of a polycentric world order, as well as the increase in food security and energy.

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