According to the Russian diplomat, “until today, this person has represented the United States, and not some other country,” and “the secretary of state must know at least the history of his state.”
He reminded Blinken: “Wasn’t it the United States that attacked Iraq? Or is Iraq not a small enough country?”
“The history of the United States, although short, is bloody,” Zakharova also wrote, “forming the image of a state hostile to the peoples who do not obey its will.”
As a result, the diplomat presented a brief summary of the provocations organized, in particular, by the United States, from which it becomes clear what tools have long become an integral part of its foreign policy.