Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova posted a message on social media on Tuesday commenting on NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s remarks about Afghanistan, RIA Novosti reported Thursday. The spokesman suggested that NATO solve its own problems before considering saving the world.
” (I give) NATO’s plan is clear: solve your own problems, update your theoretical and practical approach, and then consider saving the world,” Zakharova wrote. ”
Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance would not allow international terrorism to threaten the military alliance through Afghan territory. But at the same time, he noted, NATO does not have information about which parts of its weapons and military equipment NATO forces destroyed when they left Afghanistan. “It looks like a comedy monologue from “Police School,” Zakharova stressed. “The Police Academy is a popular series about law enforcement incompetence.
A spokesman for Russia’s foreign ministry said the comments proved NATO had lost its sense of space, but still claimed to be one of the main forces ensuring international security. She added, “NATO is a capricious and destructive military and political bloc: the alliance has lost its space position and control, even its control, but it also claims to have a place in ensuring international security.” It’s like trying to perform microsurgery with a broken device – the best way is not to start. ”