MOSCOW, November 14. /TASS/. The Chairman of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Leonid Slutsky called a manifestation of double standards, the statement of the British Prime Minister Theresa may, who accused Russia of trying to undermine the international system of rules.
“I fundamentally disagree with the assertion that the alleged Russia is trying to undermine the international system of rules. This is another manifestation of double standards”, – said Slutsky reporters on Tuesday.
According to the head of Committee of Russia on the world stage “is always a very careful and meet all the standards of international law.” “What I would not say about some of our “strategic friends,” who more than once under the guise of UN security Council resolutions, made the actions are totally contrary to the spirit of these resolutions and solely for the sake of its geopolitical interests”, – said the Deputy.
Slutsky added that “Russia as well as UK in no way seeks to return to the cold war.” “We are ready to develop mutual dialogue and partnerships. However, this process must be mutual on an equal and parity basis”, – he added.
UK to return to the cold war with Russia, said British Prime Minister Theresa may, speaking on Monday evening in a speech at the Banquet of the Lord mayor of the city of London. She pointed out that in this regard, the Minister of foreign Affairs Boris Johnson “in the coming months will visit Moscow”. However, the Mae of the country that tries to undermine the international system of rules.