Makey went into hysteria in the UN
13:23, — Politics
The speech of the new head of the Belarusian MFA at the UN’s session consisted only of attacks on the West.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus Uladzimir Makey stated that double standards in the foreign policy of the powerful of this world became a norm and for the ones dissenting with their policy “forced vaccinations of democracy and human rights” are prepared.
“For their “friends” who play by their rules these leading world players are ready for everything. Whereas for their opponents they have forced vaccinations of democracy and human rights. Only the own interests of these actors explain that one day they shake your hand and another they are openly assisting your decline”, - the head of the Belarusian MFA noted while speaking at the 67th session of the UN’s General Assembly in New York, Interfax reports.
Makey said that “looking at the human rights in other countries through a magnifying glass, they are refusing to notice ones in their own even through a telescope”. “In other words, we are observing a strengthening of unprincipledness and barbarian methods of foreign policy worthy of Machiavelli’s teachings”, - the minister said.
According to him, “the states, which refuse to live up to a template forced from outside and stand for their real sovereignty, true national interests, have to pay a high price for such a right”.
Makey expressed his certainty that “all the attempts to force others to do something against their own will are doomed to fail”. “If a nation choses its own way of development – peaceful and progressive - no external power will stop it. It is possible to win battles against such a nation, but not wars”, - the Belarus MFA’s head highlighted. He continued “in the times of imperialism, whatever beautiful slogans it might be dressed in – democracy, human rights, good governance – have gone never to return”.
Makey stated that in order to reach the global legitimacy it is necessary to restore the functioning of the international law system in its fullness. Having signed the UN statute, the states of the planet “refused to exist in the conditions of pernicious anarchy and total lawlessness”, the Belarusian minister noted.
The head of the MFA also stated that the international law was formulated as a historical compromise among the interests of all the nations. Therefore, Makey explained, “it can be amplified and reconsidered if there is the consent of absolutely all the countries”. “There’s no room for arbitrary interpretations with the aim to submit the international law to one’s interests. That is why none “fashionable” concepts like “humanitarian intervention” or “responsibility to protect” can’t justify intervention in the internal affairs of sovereign states”, - said the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus.
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