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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Once Again, Neo-Soviet Russia Flouts International Law

Kommersant reports:

Iranian General Mohammad Bagher Zolqadr, who cannot leave his country under the U.N. resolution, visited Russia all restrictions notwithstanding. General of Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, Mohammad Bagher Zolqadr spent six days in Russia, deliberating with spokesmen of the RF government on cooperation in the fields of border control and eliminating aftereffects of natural disasters, the state media of Iran reported. As to Zolqadr, he attributed his clear neglect of the U.N. Security Council’s resolution to the lack of efficiency of the document. But the actual time of the general’s tour to Russia is yet unclear. Security Council passed the sanctions resolution March 24, 2007. Tehran called the document illegal and stopped any cooperation with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).


Anonymous said...

Everyone floats international laws from time to time. At least Russia is not bombing anyone outside of its borders.

La Russophobe said...

Russia repeatedly and consistently violates international law, except when it suits it to do otherwise.

By your twisted "logic," nobody can be prosecuted for murder since a lot of people do it.

If you are referring to Iraq, perhaps you have forgotten that the UN gave permission for Iraq to be bombed.

We doubt Chechnya would agree that it is within Russia's borders. If America chooses, it can say Russia is within its borders, but that doesn't make it so.

And Russia isn't bombing faraway places because it's military is so emasculated that it lacks the capacity. You can't take credit for not doing what you lack the ability to do in the first place.

We've requested that you not use an anonymous name. You yourself have difficulty following rules, it seems.