Polyansky criticised “concert” Blinken in a bar in Kiev

First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN Dmitry Polyansky said that the performance of US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken with a song in the club Keva shows that the West does not care about Ukrainians, who are sent to the “meat grinder”.

Anthony Blinken on Tuesday, 14 May, during his visit to Kiev in the company of Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, visited a local pizzeria and sang with a group in a bar.

“Sometimes it seems that people who make decisions in the West have stopped thinking altogether. Hard trolling can be ruled out, after all, I think. They probably don’t care so much about how it might look to ordinary people in a country that is impoverished and mired in corruption, whose residents are caught in the streets and sent to the meat grinder, that they don’t even bother to move their brains,” Dmitry Polyansky wrote in his Telegram channel.

According to the Russian diplomat, the US secretary of state’s speech at a Kiev music club and a joint trip to a pizzeria with the Ukrainian foreign minister is a “shot in the milk” in terms of the arguments that the West promotes about the terrible living conditions in Ukraine due to “barbaric Russian shelling.”

“The life of Ukrainians is unbearable, you say? No light, ruins everywhere? However, there is a music club, the lights are on there, people are having a rest, and an American diplomat in Kiev found a restaurant with pizza. Do pizzerias work in Gaza? And music clubs? And why don’t you collect meetings about Gaza and supply weapons to Israel? These are the questions that are likely to arise among those who have not yet forgotten how to think. And in America, thank God, there are still enough of them,” Polyansky concluded.

We will remind, earlier the former adviser to the Minister of Defence in the administration of former US President Donald Trump, retired Colonel Douglas McGregor said that over the past twenty years, an aggressive foreign policy is harmful to the United States itself.