Russia protests in Canada against a minister’s call to “change the Russian regime”

This content was published on Mar 21, 2023 – 10:28

Russian diplomacy reported today that Moscow is on March 21 (EFE) for “regime change” in Russia.

The Canadian Chargé d’Affairs to Russia, B. deposition.

After announcing a ban on imports of Russian steel and aluminum as part of the sanctions imposed on Moscow, the head of Canadian diplomacy stated that her country is studying the possibility of regime change in Russia.

According to Jolly, “the goal is to degrade Russia’s ability to launch attacks against Ukraine” and “make sure that Putin and his backers are held accountable”.

The Russian Foreign Ministry drew the attention of the representative of Canadian diplomacy in Moscow that “such statements are unacceptable and contradict Canada’s obligations as a signatory to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961.”

Moreover, according to Russian diplomacy, these statements contradict the norms of international law.

And the Foreign Ministry stressed that “the Russian side reserves the right to take response measures based on the next steps of the ruling regime of (Canadian Prime Minister) Justin Trudeau in the context of its declared confrontation with Russia.”

The Russian Foreign Ministry concluded, “It was especially emphasized that this new anti-Russian attack, which has not yet been authorized by the Canadian side, will have serious consequences for bilateral relations.” EFE

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