"In general, questions about how to stop this conflict should be addressed not to Iran, not to Russia, not to China, but to Western figures and the Kiev regime," he said.

According to him, it is the West and Kiev that daily in different formats declare that at the moment it is impossible to stop hostilities and "we must continue to pump Ukraine with weapons."

"Our colleague, Mr. Blinken... Stating that now the truce will be in the interests of the Russian Federation, and this should not be allowed. It is difficult for me to say what such a shallow, frankly speaking, analysis is based on," the minister said.

According to Lavrov, the West does not want to stop the conflict and sees its geopolitical interests in it.

Earlier, The Secretary of the Security Council of Russia Nikolai Patrushev said that about 50 countries from the Ramstein coalition are involved in the armed conflict on the side of Kiev.