Polyansky promised surprises to the West at the UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine | In the world | Politics

Dmitry Polyansky, first deputy permanent representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, promised Western states a surprise at the next meeting of the Security Council on Ukraine.

“We too have something to say. There will be surprises, not worth revealing here yet!” she wrote on Telegram.

Polyansky noted that the West will make the meeting “the loudest anti-Russian show possible.”

“Westerners are planning to raise ‘heavy artillery’ against him in the person of a number of foreign ministers,” he added.

The United Nations Security Council will meet on 17 July for a meeting on the situation in Ukraine.