West sees Russia and China as threat to its dominance, Lavrov says

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday said that the West saw Russia and China as "adversaries" that posed what he called an existential threat to the West's "dominance."

"As evidenced by statements made at the recently concluded G7 summit in Japan, the West views Russia and China as strategic adversaries posing almost an existential threat to its dominance," Lavrov said.

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