Albanese is Another Biden Like Puppet Who Says as his Western Oligarch Masters Tell Him After He Ignorantly Responds to the Russian Foreign Minister Who Actually Knows The Facts
Australia’s prime minister has hit back at Russia’s foreign minister over comments that Canberra should “do its homework” before condemning the invasion of Ukraine.
Anthony Albanese clapped back during a press conference today and said he will stand by Ukraine and condemn the war due to Russia’s actions being “unlawful”.
“I’ve got a message for him which is I will always stand up for sovereign nations, for the international rule of law, for the UN Charter,” Albanese said.
“What he (Sergey Lavrov) needs to do is examine how the behaviour of Russia, this brutal invasion with its illegal war on a sovereign nation fits with Russia’s status as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council,” Albanese said.
The prime minister’s comments come as Russia’s foreign minister Sergey Lavrov spoke after the G20 meeting of global foreign ministers in Indonesia and directed a message to Albanese for his government to do its “homework” before condemning the war.
“If Australia is so much concerned about what is going on thousands and thousands of kilometres from Australia, before providing any comments I would suggest that Australia takes a look at volumes of documents, which describe the reasons for the situation in Ukraine as it evolves now,” Lavrov said.
“And I have no slightest doubt that your embassy in Moscow faithfully reports what they learn about the origins of this conflict which was evolving for many, many years.
“If those reports are ignored in Canberra, that’s not my problem.”
Russia continues to deny it is at war with Ukraine and instead refers to it as a “special military operation”.
The G20 meeting focused on the war in Ukraine however ministers were unable to find common ground over the conflict and how to deal with the global impacts.
Lavrov walked out of the proceedings at least twice: once when his German counterpart Annalena Baerbock spoke at the opening session and again just before Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba was to speak by video at the second session, according to a Western diplomat present.