Putin’s attack dog Sergei Lavrov STORMS OUT of UN security meeting after delusional speech

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stormed out of a UN Security meeting today after a delusional speech in which he accused ‘totalitarian’ Ukraine of ‘neo-Nazism’ and ‘Russophobia’.

It came after France, the current head of the Security Council, called a special session in New York to highlight the need for accountability for the atrocities seen in Ukraine.  

Although Lavrov was not caught on camera leaving the room, his early departure was referenced by UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly. 

‘He has left the chamber, I’m not surprised, I don’t think Mr Lavrov wants to hear the collective condemnation of this council,’ Mr Cleverly said. 

Lavrov told the Council that there has been a narrative that Russian aggression initiated the war as he lashed out at Western accusations.

‘There’s an attempt today to impose on us a completely different narrative about Russian aggression as the origin of this tragedy,’ Lavrov said. 

He accused Ukraine of ‘Russophobia,’ including through its…

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