Ex-Russian MFA accused Putin in war with Ukraine

  • Ex-Russian MFA accused Putin in war with Ukraine

Kyiv: The former head of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Andrey Kozyrev, responded to the words of Russian President Vladimir Putin about the "skull box" and the absence of the head, accusing him of a war with Ukraine.

"We created the CIS, did not fight with brotherly Ukraine, made friends with the most developed countries of Europe and America, were not under sanctions. The Russians did not die, fighting on the dictator's side in Syria. "Tell me who your friend is, and I'll tell you who you are." And do you have a head. Russia's interests are contrary to the interests of the regime, whose leaders have the cranium turned back to the KGB," said Kozyrev, writes The Insider.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin reacted to Kozyrev's statement about the absence of national interests and the existence of only universal human interests in Russia, saying that Kozyrev "has no head, only a skull."

Recall that Andrey Kozyrev held the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation from 1990 to 1996.