Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to mark the global agenda with his frequent harsh statements. According to reports on the Russia Today news site, Putin, who spoke on a video conference he attended as chairman of the committee, again warned that he could act against his country in a harsh language and uttered quite remarkable threats.
The Russian leader, who said threats from outside Russia, which he called the “ greatest country in the world ” and efforts to dismantle the country, would be in vain, said Russia would not leave these threat.
II. Speaking to the “Victory” committee, which commemorates those who lost their lives in WWII, Putin said: “Everyone is trying to bite us, tear a piece of where they bite us” . answered with his words.
In his speech, Putin did not neglect to give examples from history in his speech, claiming that the size of his country and the wealth of his country prompted rival foreign powers to constantly try to break Russia and destroy Russia. prevent its progression. Tsar III. Recalling Alerxander’s words, Putin said: “Our greatness terrifies everyone. This is why Russia has no friends! Used the expression.
Referring to those who argue that Siberia’s wealth of wood, precious minerals and energy reserves should not belong to just one country, Putin said: “These are ridiculous statements, but continue to be made. by certain segments; very strange.’ He passed his words on to the committee.
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Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said the use of natural resources in Russia’s Siberian region should not belong to Russia alone, but later denied using this statement. In Russia, the suspicion that the country will be divided by foreign powers and that its resources will be shared is a common belief that is constantly assessed and precautions taken.
On the other hand, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken for the first time yesterday and emphasized cooperation in his statement ahead of the bilateral meeting.
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Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said he intends to discuss the further development of bilateral relations between Russia and the United States, and said they will discuss how to develop relations in accordance with the telephone call of Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden.
Stressing that he hoped to establish a productive dialogue with Blinken, Lavrov noted that Moscow and Washington should cooperate on issues where their interests overlap and can achieve positive results, as well as issues of strategic stability.