MEP: NATO sows terror, death and lawlessness by interfering in the affairs of other countries

December 2, Minsk / Corr. BELTA/. NATO interferes in the affairs of other countries under the pretext of democracy, but sows terror, death and lawlessness there. Now the alliance is playing a proxy war in Ukraine, Irish MEP Claire Daly said at a meeting of the European Parliament. A video of the performance was posted on her Facebook page.

In her speech, Daly said she voted against the European Parliament’s resolution recognizing Russia as a sponsor of terrorism. She recalled that a few weeks ago was the 11th anniversary of the assassination of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi during the NATO attack on Libya.

“We remember very well the NATO intervention in Libya under the pretext of defending freedom, democracy and human rights, and now NATO is playing out its proxy war in Ukraine, in the name of – yes, you thought right – freedom, democracy and human rights,” the MEP said. .

According to her, it is well known what happens after NATO intervenes in the affairs of other countries – terror, death, lawlessness, rape, poverty and hunger. An example of this is Libya, a country torn by conflict, whose economy has been destroyed, the population, once the richest in Africa, drowned in poverty.

“Migrants are sold and bought in slave markets. A million people are hoping for humanitarian assistance. This is a country of mass graves, crimes against humanity. This is NATO’s legacy, this is NATO’s strategy for human rights and democracy,” the MEP concluded.

Previously, Claire Daly criticized the United States for fomenting the conflict in Ukraine. She stated that Washington is most interested in the continuation of the crisis, because it sees this as an opportunity for the US military-industrial complex. Claire Daly also stated that the United States is interested in the economic weakening of the EU countries, which are forced to pay a high price for the conflict in Ukraine. The US expects entire industries to fail in countries like Germany, she said.

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