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Sergey Lavrov

Data de nascimento: 21. Março 1950


Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov é um diplomata russo, e Ministro das Relações Exteriores da Rússia desde 2004. Antes, Lavrov foi embaixador do seu país nas Nações Unidas, de 1994 a 2004.

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„We believe this would be a huge mistake and we hope that this would never happen.“

—  Sergey Lavrov
Lavrov warns any attack on Iran, whether by Israel or any other, (November 2011)

„It is no accident that the Office of UN High Commissioner on Human Rights stated today that all circumstances of his (Gaddafi's) death must be investigated and I fully agree that such an investigation will be conducted.“

—  Sergey Lavrov
He said that Muammar Gaddafi's death should be investigated, as he shouldn't have been killed, (October 2011)

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„There was an attack on our citizens in South Ossetia since most people had a Russian passport and thus Russian citizenship.“

—  Sergey Lavrov
Talking about the Georgian War(2008), he also adds that Georgia also attacked Russian peacekeepers who were located there

„We discussed this issue. We welcome steps Pakistan and India have taken on confidence-building measures. Both countries are capable of settling their issues on their own without any foreign assistance“

—  Sergey Lavrov
Lavrov says no to Russian role in resolving Kashmir issue, (October 2012).

„We think that additional steps, including the cancellation of the no-fly zone, should be taken.“

—  Sergey Lavrov
Time to abolish no-fly zone over Libya, (September 2011).

„Absolutely no evidence.“

—  Sergey Lavrov
When asked if Iran has decided to include a military component in its nuclear program, (October 2012).

„I am very pleased to be here in Israel, the land of our friends, friends who are going through a complex period like their neighbors. We are convinced that the efforts of all countries and governments in the region will find a way to reach peace and long-term security. I have arrived here after visiting Beirut and Damascus and I want to tell the Prime Minister and all other ministers that today, everyone wants peace more than ever, peace and security.Now, the preferred position is that of those who do not want to live amidst endless arguments about who was right first and last. Everybody wants to sit around the negotiating table. Everyone aspires to reach decisions that will be acceptable to all and certainly to Israel. We always point out the Russian Federation’s full agreement that the State of Israel has the full right to peace and security. We are convinced that that there is no other way to resolve this problem except through peace.We are certain that UN Security Council Resolution #1701, that we all worked on together, will be carried out in full by all sides. We think that the abductees should be released as soon as possible and we are also convinced that the military blockade of Lebanon must be lifted and that the Lebanese army needs to deploy in southern Lebanon in order to facilitate the Israeli army’s withdrawal as quickly as possible. But we are convinced that peace is attainable only if an international conference - with the participation of all sides - convenes. Lastly, I would like to point out that we are very much looking forward to the Prime Minister’s visit to Moscow in order to discuss bilateral relations.“

—  Sergey Lavrov
In Israel, where he meets the Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, {{September 2006))