Italy: Lavrov discusses West’s attempts to ‘substitute international law’ with ‘rules-based order’





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Published on Nov 23, 2018

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov talked about the West’s alleged attempts to “substitute international law” with “rules-based order” during the fourth edition of the MED – Mediterranean Dialogues in Rome on Friday.

“There is a trend to substitute international law as we have known it, as we have still know it, I hope, by something which our Western diplomatic, creative friends call rules-based order,” Lavrov said, adding “the case in point is happening in organization on prohibition of chemical weapons where our Western colleagues pushing through an approach which in direct violation of the convention on chemical weapons attempts to give the Technical Secretariat the functions to attribute guilt.”

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