A Russian diplomat has resigned as the Councillor to the United Nations because he has “never been so ashamed” of his country and Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine.
Putin’s regime is starting crumble around him as the diplomat slammed the Russian President and his war in Ukraine saying this is “the most serious crime against the people of Russia.”
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Boris Bondarev who served in the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “I regret to admit that over all these 20-years the level of lies and unprofessionalism in the work of the Foreign Ministry has been increasing all the time.”
He added, “I simply cannot any longer share in this bloody, witless and absolutely needless ignominy.”
He continued, that “never have I been so ashamed of my country as of 24 February” and he described the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine as “the most serious crime against the people of Russia.”
His resignation letter stated that those who had conceived the war wanted only one thing, “to remain in power forever” referencing Putin.
BREAKING: 🇷🇺 Russia’s Counsellor to the United Nations in Geneva has resigned.
Boris Bondarev: “Never have I been so ashamed of my country.”
UN Watch is now calling on all other Russian diplomats at the United Nations—and worldwide—to follow his moral example and resign.
— Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) May 23, 2022
He slammed Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and said that he is a “good illustration of the degradation of this system.”
International lawyer Hillel Neuer shared the Russian diplomat’s resignation letter on social media.