Foreign Ministry: Syria strongly condemns US and Western blatant interference in Federal Russia’s internal affairs

Damascus, SANA- Syria has strongly condemned the US and Western blatant interference in the internal affairs of Federal Russia, pointing out that these behaviors show once again the state of hypocrisy which has become a distinctive characteristic of the Western policies, particularly when they talk about democracy and human rights.

An Official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry told SANA in a statement on Sunday that the Syrian Arab Republic strongly condemns the US and Western flagrant interference in the internal affairs of Federal Russia and the agitation campaign which aims at destabilizing it.

The source added that these Western behaviors show once again the state of hypocrisy which has become a distinctive characteristic of the Western policies, particularly when they talk about democracy and human rights as its policies either inside or outside their countries have flagrantly contradicted the simplest principles of the human rights and claimed the lives of a large number of innocent victims in several areas across the world.

The unfair sanctions imposed by the West is considered as the main reason for the suffering of a number of the peoples in the world and depriving them from the basic requirements of the decent living, the source went on saying.

The source concluded as saying that the Western cheap exploitation of the issue of Navalny has no longer deceives anyone because it lacks minimum credibility and its stances aim at distorting the image of Federal Russia and to use their agents and dirty tools inside Russia and use them to serve the agendas’ of the West in continuing its hegemony on the world and violate the sovereignty of its states.

Hala Zain

 

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