Bankova responded to Lavrov's threats to “overthrow the regime”

Bankova responded to Lavrov's threats to “overthrow the regime”

Bankova responded to Lavrov's threats to 'overthrow the regime'

Photo: sergey lavrov/from open sources 

The Office of the President of Ukraine (OPU) reacted to the words of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who yesterday, July 24, said that Moscow wants to help Ukrainians to get rid of the supposedly “anti-people ruling regime”.

This reports adviser to the head of the OP of Ukraine Mikhail Podolyak.

"<…> Lavrov's statements at a meeting with representatives of the member countries of the League of Arab States are a good reminder of why it is not worth moving around under the sun without a hat in the summer. Classic Russian schizophrenia: in the morning you declare that Moscow is striving for negotiations, and in the evening that your goal is to “get rid of the anti-people Kyiv regime”, – Podolyak commented.

According to him, these the words belong to the subject representing the aggressor country, which, for no reason, invaded foreign territory and brutally kills Ukrainians.

"So, "regimes" – this is something in Russian prisons, but in Ukraine there is a legally elected government that has won fair, competitive, democratic elections. So many unfamiliar words for the Russian elite in one sentence, isn't it?, – noted the adviser to the head of the OPU.

He advised Lavrov to ensure that he himself does not end up in the dustbin of history.

"When deciding to overthrow the "anti-historical regimes", it is important to accidentally not to end up in the unconditional dustbin of history. Especially if civilization is already extremely dismissive of the subjects who have committed so many documented serious war crimes”, – summed up Podolyak.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga