Hezbollah Chief: Ukraine crisis, an indicator that US can't be trusted
Lebanon's Hezbollah secretary-general says what is happening in Ukraine resembles a lesson for those who trust and rely on the US.
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered a speech at the conference held on the 30th martyrdom anniversary of martyred leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah Sayyed Abbas al-Moussawi on Tuesday.
Pointing to Ukraine, Lebanon's Hezbollah secretary-general said whoever hands over his weapons to others and leans on guarantees from here and there, would later beg for weapons and arms.
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine continued for the sixth day. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said earlier that his country had been left on its own to fight Russia after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a "special military operation" aimed at “demilitarization” of the Donetsk and Lugansk Republics in eastern Ukraine.
Nasrallah warned that the repercussions of the Russia-Ukraine conflict are very dangerous to the whole world.
"What is happening between Ukraine and Russia is very dangerous regardless of the situation on the ground," Nasrallah said.
His remarks came as the “double standards” of the Western media in covering the Russia-Ukraine conflict have attracted criticism worldwide.
Hezbollah SG said: "The West’s current attitudes reveal its double standards when being compared to its positions from the US wars.
"Western countries are doing everything against Russia except the direct confrontation," he added.