Zakharova explained why the West is angry

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    Official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Maria Zakharova - 1920, 03.12.2021

    MOSCOW, Dec 3 – If Western countries did not understand the “red lines” of Russia, they would not be so angry, said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.
    “If they didn’t know this, I think they wouldn’t be so angry,” Zakharova said on the air of the 60 minutes program on the TV channel “Russia 1”
    Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin came up with an idea to develop a system of security guarantees against the background of the strengthening of NATO’s presence in eastern Europe and the Black Sea and the approach of the alliance’s infrastructure to the borders of the Russian Federation. According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, a “nightmarish scenario” of military confrontation is returning to Europe today, so any agreements between the Russian Federation and Western countries on security guarantees must be legally binding and take into account the interests of all countries without exception. Also, Moscow has repeatedly stated that the entry of Ukraine and Georgia into NATO is a “red line” for the Russian Federation, and the transformation of neighboring countries into a military bridgehead is categorically unacceptable.

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