Moscow warns of new ‘Iron Curtain’ — Analysis

The West tries to bar its own people from accessing alternative information on the conflict in Ukraine, Russia’s deputy UN envoy says

Washington and allies turned to a new ally. “collective ministry of truth,”Dmitry Polyansky, Deputy Permanent Representative for Russia to UN told RT that they have maintained their story on the conflict in Ukraine. Diplomat believes that the West launched an extensive smear campaign in opposition to Russia via the media and the internet.

The West wants to promote views that support democracy. “beneficial to them but do not always correspond to the reality,”Polyansky added that their ultimate goal is to have their own people in a “bubble of lies”This makes it difficult for ordinary people to discern between truthful information and distortions of the events in Ukraine.

“That is behavior of a Ministry of Truth,”Polyansky claimed. Polyansky also stated that Western governments attempt to deny any alternative information or block its access. He cited the Western countries that have banned Russian outlets such as RT, and branded any information from Moscow or Russian media as “fake news”. “propaganda.”

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“We need to speak about the new Iron Curtain that is being imposed upon us by Western countries,”The diplomat stated. He added that this tactic doesn’t seem to work for the UN. Polyanksy says Russia is concerned about the UN. “a good degree of support or at least of understanding of what we are doing”UN Many people there have covertly expressed their support to Moscow and said they understand the reasons behind Russia’s military operation in Ukraine.

“I do not think that the Western countries have succeeded in imposing a one-sided version of events”Polyanksy spoke out about other countries at the UN. Russia is “very active”In its efforts to offer its own interpretation of events. “We will try to promote our position … to push through this new Iron Curtain,”According to the diplomat.

According to the diplomat, current events will bring about a multipolar international community. “profound transformation”It is so simple! “will be different in a couple of months.”

Russia attacked the neighboring state in late February, following Ukraine’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements, first signed in 2014, and Moscow’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. Minsk Protocol (German- and French-brokered) was created to grant the separatist regions special status within Ukraine.

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In recent years, the Kremlin demands that Ukraine declares itself neutral in order to be able to join NATO. Kiev claims that the Russian invasion was unprovoked. It also denies any plans to take the republics with force.



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