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Propaganda channels create speeches for Russia’s Foreign Ministry, - Klimkin

Ukraine's foreign minister is also sure that Russia aims to its own reality
13:08, 31 October 2018

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After the session of the UN Security Council, dedicated to the situation in the occupied territories of Ukraine, Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin reported on Twitter that the texts for Russia’s Foreign Ministry are written by Russian propaganda channels.

'Earlier, the Foreign Ministry of Russia wrote the texts for the propaganda channels; now, these channels write for the Foreign Ministry. But, after all, in many ways, it is the same. And Russia completely aims to its own reality, not only from the Western one but also that of the whole adequate world,' Klimkin wrote.

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As we reported, Vasily Nebenzya, the Permanent Representative of Russia at the UN accused Ukraine of the organization of the 'terrorist act', during which Aleksandr Zakharchenko, the head of 'Donetsk People’s Republic' was killed.

Also, the members of the UN Security Council rejected Russia’s proposal to invite the representatives of the occupied Donbas to participate in the session of the UN Security Council on Ukraine.

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Reportedly, on October 30, the UN Security Council had a session dedicated to the situation on the occupied territories of Ukraine.

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