Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs reacted to the statement of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken that “If the Russians come to your residence, they will not leave”.
In a written statement from the ministry, Blinken’s statements regarding Russia’s leadership in sending troops to Kazakhstan within the scope of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) were evaluated.
In the statement, which stated that Blinken made “vulgar jokes” about the events in Kazakhstan, it was said, “If Blinken loves history lessons, he should know this: When Americans come to his home, it is difficult to survive, not to be robbed or raped.”
The statement noted:
“Not the recent past, 300 years of history of the American state teaches us a lesson. Indians, Koreans, Vietnamese, Iraqis, Panamanians, Yugoslavians, Libyans, Syrians and other unlucky people who were fortunate enough to see these uninvited guests at their home It can tell anything.”
Yesterday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken used the phrase, “I think a lesson that can be taken from recent history is that once the Russians enter your residence, it is very difficult to drive them away from your home.”