Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that, instead of rudeness, Russia will "politely and culturally" achieve its goals, not in the way that Western colleagues do commenting on the situation in the country.
Lavrov noted that he understands those who expect an aggressive response from Russia to the "arrogant rhetoric" of the West, but this is not accepted in diplomatic and political culture. That is what he answered the question about the double standards of foreign countries in the case of illegal actions in Russia and abroad.
"As they say, God is not in strength, but in truth," said Lavrov and recalled another expression - "gently pushes, but hard to sleep."
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