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Zakharova: Russia will not forget the change in the West’s rhetoric on the terrorist attack

Zakharova: Russia will not forget the change in the West’s rhetoric on the terrorist attack

Russia will not forget how the West, under the pressure of the global majority, changed its position regarding the terrorist attack in the Crocus City Hall. Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova said this in an interview to a Belarusian media outlet.

“We will remember how the Western countries changed their position when the global majority forced them into calling a spade a spade, how they quickly changed their rhetoric overnight and began to send diplomatic notes,” she said.

Zakharova also noted that Moscow will not forget how Belarus and other allies of Russia shared their grief.

“There is an expression: “friends of misfortune”, when everyone shares misfortune. But here misfortune befell us, and Minsk shared it with us, as if it were their grief. We will never forget it. The whole country will remember the reaction of Belarus and that of all our friends, all our allies,” Zakharova noted.

To remind, on March 22, a terrorist attack took place in the Crocus City Hall near Moscow, killing 143 people.