Russian foreign minister slams West’s impunity on its criminal biological experiments
By Belle Carter // Feb 21, 2024

For Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, the West will never disclose the truth about its criminal biological experiments as he slammed its impunity which violates many international agreements, including conventions on human rights and biological and chemical safety.

"The impunity with which Westerners conduct biological experiments on humans is outrageous,” Lavrov said at the plenary session of the forum of supporters for the fight against modern practices of neocolonialism For the Freedom of Nations.

He added that as per the latest information from the Russian Defense Ministry, which has been confirmed by investigative journalists, in the city of Mariupol, "Once controlled by the Kyiv regime, large European and U.S. companies conducted experiments on children and adults for meager rewards, using drugs that almost completely suppress the immune system and stimulate the growth of cancer cells. The tests were focused on the spread of disease and epidemics among members of the Slavic race," he pointed out.

He also stated that the collected materials were sent to European laboratories, whose fate remains unknown. He reiterated that the Western countries "will never disclose to the world community the facts exposing its criminal biological experiments." Lavrov also noted that the West's impunity violated many international agreements, including conventions on human rights and biological and chemical safety. "There is utter contempt of international law, let alone human lives," he concluded.

During the said speech, the Russian minister also touched on the West's attitude towards the global majority and proceeded to cite examples such as the budget on green deals. "In 2010, developing countries were promised $100 billion annually for 10 years as climate finance. However, the West was in no hurry to fulfill its obligations, allocating just crumbs from the promised funds. In 2015, the pledge of ‘$100 billion per year for 10 years’ was reiterated in Paris but nothing changed," he said.

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He also linked these efforts to the funding of wars such as in Ukraine. He said that the climate agenda was brought into play to gain market advantages over weaker countries. "By outsourcing 'dirty' production facilities to other countries, Western supporters of climate justice are imposing additional costs on Southern nations and pressuring them to buy costly green technologies from the West," he said, saying that the money that was pledged for development is being spent on supplying weapons to the Kyiv regime and other military ventures.

Another example was the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine distribution during the peak of the pandemic, Lavrov reminded his audience that the West secured the majority of scarce vaccines, leaving the impoverished and vulnerable to fend for themselves. At the same time, he said, international bodies controlled by the West, deliberately delayed the certification of the Russian Sputnik vaccine, which could have saved millions of lives in developing countries. "Western vaccines were certified in Europe almost immediately, bypassing standard procedures. But nobody was held accountable for any serious side effects resulting from these vaccines," he also emphasized. (Related: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov accuses West of sowing chaos globally to advance interests.)

Russia's Lavrov lands in Caracas to discuss with the Venezuelan president the strategic partnership between the two nations

The Russian foreign minister arrived in Caracas for an official visit to the Bolivarian nation on Tuesday, Feb. 20. He is set to meet with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Vice President Delcy Rodriguez and Foreign Minister Yvan Gil to discuss key issues of bilateral cooperation and interaction in the international arena, as well as analyze the global and regional landscape.

"Venezuela is a strategic partner and ally of Russia. Bilateral relations, based on strong ties of friendship and solidarity, are thriving and actively developing in all crucial areas," Lavrov said in a statement. "Russia will continue to provide comprehensive support to the Venezuelan government and people in defending their national sovereignty and the right to choose their own development path."

A day before, Lavrov visited Cuba, where he met with President Miguel Diaz-Canel and Foreign Affairs Minister Bruno Rodriguez. Following the Venezuela visit, the foreign affairs minister will head over to Brazil to participate in a ministerial meeting of the Group of Twenty (G20).

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