Russia’s deputy UN envoy says Westerners are trying to prevent their own people from accessing alternative information on the conflict in Ukraine
Washington and its allies have become a newcomer “Joint Ministry of Truth,” Russia’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dmitry Polyansky told RT on Thursday that they would strictly preserve their descriptions of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The diplomat believes that the Western media and the Internet have launched a massive propaganda campaign against Russia.
Western governments want to spread the word “Useful for them but not always in line with reality” Polyansky said they ultimately want to keep their own population in one “Bubble of lies” Which makes it difficult for the average person to distinguish between real information and the distorted picture of what is happening on Ukrainian soil.
“That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there.” Polyansky says. The diplomat further said that Western governments try to dismiss any alternative information as fake or simply block access to it. He specifically referred to Western countries that are banning Russian outlets such as RT and branding any information from Moscow or the Russian media. “Promotion.”
“We need to talk about the new iron curtain that the West has imposed on us.” Diplomat said. This strategy does not seem to work, at least when it comes to the UN, he added. Feel Russia, according to Polyanksy “To support or at least understand a good level of what we are doing.” At the UN, many people there have secretly expressed their support for Moscow and said they could understand the reason for Russia’s military operation in Ukraine.
“I do not think that the West has succeeded in imposing a one-sided version of events.” As for other countries at the UN, Polynxi said. Russia Hall “Very active” In an effort to present its own version of events. “We will try to promote our position … to push through this new iron curtain.” Diplomat said.
The current events will eventually bring the international community into a truly multifaceted world, this diplomat believes, the world is already witnessing a “Deep transformation” And that’s it “It will be different in a few months.”
Russia invaded the neighboring country in late February, following Ukraine’s failure to implement the terms of the first Minsk agreement, signed in 2014, and the final recognition of Moscow’s Donetsk and Lugansk’s Donbas republics. The German- and French-brokered Minsk protocol was designed to give special status to isolated territories within the Ukrainian state.
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The Kremlin has since demanded that Ukraine formally declare itself a neutral state that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc. Kyiv has insisted that the Russian invasion was completely unpleasant and has denied claims that it is planning to forcibly restore the two republics.