The head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin during a performance at the jubilee session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, will speak about Syria, the Ukraine crisis and the problem of punishment, and will call to abandon double standards in the fight against crime, said on Sunday the head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation S. Lavrov In..
"(The President) will convey our principal evaluations on the most topical problems of the modern world. As such, the most important are the systemic issues that arise in connection with attempts to slow down the process of creating a new multipolar world order ", - said Lavrov in the interview to the program " Sunday time ".
according to his statement " grow out topics that are on everyone's lips ", in the 1-St of all, the " fight against crime, which must be conducted without double standards ". The Minister said that it was important "not to divide terrorists into good and bad, not to assume that someone of these" bad " extremist-minded people can interact to achieve specific conjunctural geopolitical goals." Among other topics, the President's speech "itself, and the problems of unilateral coercive measures, moreover, not only with regard to Russia," the Minister added.
"the head will speak about the problem of fragmentation of the global economic space, as currently in WTO negotiations "stalled" dialogues on maintaining a flexible approach to new economic and technological relations between States. It will affect and specific aspects, such as the Syrian Arab Republic, the Ukrainian crisis. All of these crises and most others stem from systemic issues regarding attempts to slow down the process of creating a polycentric world, " Lavrov said.