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Dilma Rousseff says war in Ukraine paves way for multipolar world

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Dilma Rousseff says war in Ukraine paves way for multipolar world

Brasilia, Feb 25 (Prensa Latina) Former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (2011-2016) on Friday said that the war in Ukraine paves the way for the assertion of the multipolar world.
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Interviewed by TV 247, Rousseff claimed that the logic of the unipolar world (with US hegemony) is over, and, with this conflict, Russia had no choice but to make itself heard, but now would be the time to return to the negotiating table.

She noted that the genius of diplomacy is to make neither side look like a loser.

“The 2014 coup d’état in Ukraine and the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) explain the war,” the former president said.

She recalled that this Eastern European country was the victim of a coup led by the US administration of Barack Obama, in one of the first successful cases of hybrid warfare.

Unfortunately, she said, the same process of hybrid warfare took place in Brazil and overthrew her government in 2016 and created an unprecedented institutional crisis in the country.

Finally, Rousseff said that a multipolar world will be great for Brazil, especially if Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva (favorite in the polls for the October general election) is elected president.

Regarding the war conflict in Ukraine, Lula regretted on Twitter that, in the 21st century, countries continue to solve their problems on the battlefield instead of at the negotiating table, and called for dialogue to solve the crisis.

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