“What a pity that you are finally leaving” – Russia escorted Germany out of the UN Security Council with a caustic aphorism from Zhvanetsky

Deputy Representative of Russia Dmitry Polyansky wished his colleague Christoph Heusgen to get rid of the addiction to criticize Russia on any topic.

“What a pity that you are finally leaving” - Russia escorted Germany out of the UN Security Council with a caustic aphorism from Zhvanetsky

According to TASS, Russia’s First Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Dmitry Polyansky wished German Permanent Representative Christoph Heusgen to get rid of the addiction to criticize Russia on any topic. With such a statement, he made a speech on Tuesday at the final meeting for Germany after its two-year membership in the UN Security Council.

During the meeting on the Iranian nuclear deal, Heusgen raised the topic of the incident with Alexei Navalny, advising the Russian representative to read an article in Der Spiegel about his case.

“During his time in the Council, it seems that he developed a kind of dependence – not a meeting without criticizing Russia, even if the topic of the event is not suitable for this”, – commented Polyansky.

“I hope that after January 1st, this unhealthy symptom in Christoph will pass. Finally, dear Christophe, I would like to say goodbye to you with the aphorism of the writer Mikhail Zhvanetsky, who recently left this world:

“What a pity that you are finally leaving””.

At the same time, commenting on the situation around Navalny, the diplomat emphasized that “sooner or later, we will have to answer for this whole campaign of libel unleashed by Berlin at its filing”.

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