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Burbock was not met by anyone, but Lavrov received a warm welcome – at the Indian airport they subtly showed their attitude towards the G20 guests

Date: April 17, 2024 Time: 22:27:15

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov received a warm welcome on the stairs

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Hosting the G20 Foreign Ministers in its capital New Delhi, India has honorably coped with the difficult task of providing all the high-ranking participants of the event with a dignified reception and the necessary conditions for work.

Of course, the Indian government, hosting the G20 participants, used every opportunity, including subtle hints that were not prescribed in the protocol, to indicate to each of the guests the degree of attitude both towards him personally and towards his country.

Readers of the German media were baffled when they saw images of the New Delhi International Airport, where planes with foreign delegations arrived.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov received a warm welcome on the air stairs. But the head of the German Foreign Ministry, Annalena Burbock, expected complete loneliness, and the head of the German foreign policy department, descending the ladder, had to independently search for those who would find her.

Ordinary Germans, commenting on what they saw, say that Burbock’s reception should not have been otherwise, since “no one welcomes instigators of conflicts.”

Speaking at the summit, Burbock demanded “to end the war and not to disturb the international order,” without mentioning that it was the West that did everything possible to turn Ukraine into a neo-Nazi state and put their own countries’ economies at risk. collapse.

Lavrov considered it necessary to turn to the Indian government and colleagues from the countries of the so-called. global south. He apologized “for the indecent behavior of several Western delegations, which turned work on the G20 agenda into a farce in an attempt to shift responsibility for failures in economic policy onto others, primarily Russia.”

Consequently, after assessing the difference in the reception of the heads of the Russian and German delegations, many considered the change in the world order and the loss of leading positions of the West on a global scale to be a fait accompli.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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