UN deputy spokesman for secretary-general Farhan Haq expects “all countries involved to resolve these problems through diplomacy”
Russia and Eastern European countries should resolve bilateral problems through diplomacy. UN Deputy Spokesman for the UN Secretary General Farhan Haq said on Monday.
“Of course, we are talking about bilateral issues”, – he said. – “We hope that all countries involved will solve these problems through diplomacy, and we believe that they will be able to do so.”
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