Monday, March 21, 2022

Experts, citizens from various countries criticize West's double standards in opposing war -

A fan group of Serbian football club Red Star Belgrade on Thursday used banners in a game to list U.S.-led NATO interventions over the past decades. One of the banners read a line from Beatles songwriter John Lennon's anti-war song: "All we are saying is give peace a chance."

Western countries have always applied double standards to safeguarding peace and opposing war, said experts and citizens from various countries.

On the one hand, Western nations boast "anti-war and peace." On the other hand, in pursuit of their own interests, these same nations have interfered militarily in other countries, arbitrarily imposed sanctions, created humanitarian crises and posed threats to global peace and security, said the experts and citizens.

Zivadin Jovanovic, former minister of foreign affairs of Yugoslavia, said NATO troops led by the United States bombed Yugoslavia for 78 days. To this day, Europe and the world still suffer from the severe consequences of the destruction.

"The precedent of aggression executed without the UN Security Council approval was reused in the subsequent aggressions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria," Jovanovic said.

The move by the Serbian fans is significant, said Hamed Vafaei, director of the Asia Research Center at the University of Tehran. He added that the Serbian people experienced the NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and witnessed Western double standards when it came to war.

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