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KIEV, December 05. /ITAR-TASS/. Arrogant defiance of traditional values and moral are inadmissible, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at the 20th session of the Council of OSCE Foreign Ministers currently underway in Kiev.
“Russia praises the OSCE attitude towards dishonorable trafficking of human beings.” Lavrov called for considering this problem as its whole, “including organ trafficking”.
“We voice serious concern about trafficking children,” the Russian minister said.
Lavrov mentioned the functioning of a web exchange to remove adopted children to families of illegal tutors for the purpose of sexual abuse. “Does anyone consider such criminal use of the Internet admissible?” he said.
“I can note other facts - attempts to legalize children’s euthanasia in one of the European countries and an activity of a club of pedophiles in the other state,” the minister said, adding “These facts challenge moral as well as Christianity and other world religions.”
“The OSCE countries have much in common in history, traditions, culture. But every country has its unique particularities, which reflect its richness and diversity. It is unforgivable to lose invaluable heritage,” he said.
“The attempts to adapt the OSCE space to the interests of a group of countries by imposing neo-liberal interpretations of human rights are dire for European civilization,” Lavrov said.