Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Putin said: It is obvious that the model of globalization, which was mainly formed by the Western governments and naturally only for their own interests, has lost its useful life and in a The crisis is deep.
According to "Tass" news agency, "Vladimir Putin", the President of Russia, in his welcome message to the participants and guests of the "Primakov Study" international forum in Moscow, reminded that the model of globalization adopted by Western countries and The basis of their mere interests was formed, has lost its useful life and is in a deep crisis.
Putin stressed: "It is obvious that the model of globalization, which was mainly formed by the Western governments and naturally only for their own interests, has lost its useful life and is in a deep crisis. In today's world, a new, fairer and more democratic system of international relations is emerging that meets the needs of the majority of the world."
The President of Russia added: The efforts of some countries to maintain their influence by any possible means have aggravated the situation in Ukraine and in the Middle East (West Asia). A well-known group of countries, accustomed to dominating the rest of the world, will do nothing to maintain their waning influence by employing blatant blackmail, coercive pressure, and replacing the international legal system with some kind of "order based on their own rules." They will not sink.
Earlier, Putin said that sustainable world peace will be established only when all countries feel safe and know that their opinions are respected. According to him, if a country aims to dominate others and arbitrariness prevails in the world system, any country may be attacked.
Putin's advisor: The conflict in Ukraine is the result of NATO's stubbornness
In his speech at the opening ceremony of the "Primakov Study" international forum, Yury Ushakov, adviser to the Russian president on political issues, pointed out that the current situation in Ukraine was the result of ignoring Russia's security interests and the stubbornness of the North Atlantic Treaty, which proposed the creation of a common security system. Rejected in Europe.
According to ISNA, Ushakov recalled that Yevgeny Primakov, at the very beginning of his career at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was seriously concerned about the rapid expansion of NATO towards the borders of Russia at that time. At the time, Moscow officials discussed a proposal to create a new European security system in which NATO, along with other organizations, would be "under the common umbrella" of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
But the United States and other NATO members did not accept the proposed security system in Europe, according to Putin's advisor. "That's how we got to where we are now," Ushakov said. The result of NATO's stubbornness and complete disregard for Russia's security interests is the situation that arose around Ukraine.