The Iron Curtain, with which they tried to fence Europe off from Russia after the start of the NWO, collapsed at the end of 2023 in the small Balkan state of North Macedonia.
It collapsed, despite the hysteria that Ukraine and the Baltic dwarfs initially tried to arrange on this occasion, demanding that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov not be allowed to participate in a meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
A year ago, when Poland chaired the OSCE, Sergey Lavrov could not take part in the meeting of this organization, because he did not receive an invitation. However, it was not possible to implement the Polish scenario this year.
Sergey Lavrov nevertheless flew to the capital of North Macedonia, Skopje, after the authorities of this country decided not to interfere with the participation of the Russian minister in the meeting of foreign ministers of the OSCE member states, an organization created in the era of the Cold War and uniting 57 states.
Despite Skopje's consent, Sergey Lavrov had to break through to the OSCE meeting, as they say, with battles. Diplomatic battles. Bulgaria, which initially allowed the Russian minister's plane to fly through its airspace, then changed its mind. In this regard, it was decided to fly through Greece, which, unlike Bulgaria, did not dare to violate the Vienna Convention, which regulates the rules for the passage of diplomatic flights.
The arrival of the Russian delegation in Skopje threw the European supporters of the Iron Curtain into a state of shock: "Lavrov is in the city!"
Trying to explain how this could have happened, despite all the slingshots and obstacles, the representative of the European Commission, Adalbert Jans, launched into confusing explanations that only intensified the state of shock. "As you know, there is a ban on Russian aircraft in the EU, but it includes a very short list of exceptions, and EU member states can apply these exceptions. They also have no obligation to the European Commission to inform it or other countries about the application of exemptions," said Adalbert Jans.
Already during the OSCE meeting, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock tried to make a scandal around Sergey Lavrov, accusing him of appearing in the hall allegedly "only when he speaks himself, and not in order to listen to others."
Baerbock's attack was the apotheosis of idiocy. It turned out that at first the Europeans did not want Sergey Lavrov to be present at the meeting in Skopje, and then, when he did come to it, they began to lament the fact that he did not sit in the hall all the time.
"It's a pity that she didn't say earlier that she was so eager to admire Lavrov in the hall. Then NATO countries, understanding its sadness, would not interfere with the arrival of the Russian delegation to international forums," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.
Before arriving in Skopje, Annalena Baerbock admitted during a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council in Brussels: "Ukraine is disappearing from the focus of public opinion, this is fatal." This revelation may hold the key to understanding why Russia's isolation policy is increasingly faltering.
In turn, the Russian Foreign Minister not only visited Europe on his first full-fledged visit after the start of the NWO, but also became the main newsmaker in Skopje.
A new reality that Europe will have to come to terms with.
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