New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed a think tank event in Russia. Here he made a rather long speech. The topic of Putin’s speech was ‘The World After Hegemony: Justice & Security for All.’
Putin said, “The world is witnessing the degradation of world institutions, erosion of the principle of collective security, the substitution of international law for ‘rules’.
‘The game of the West is bloody, dangerous and dirty’ : Putin
“West fuels conflict in Ukraine. The game of the West is bloody, dangerous and dirty. There is no unity in the West Events in the world continue to develop according to a negative scenario, have developed into a systemic crisis in various areas,” he said.
Russian President further said, “The world authorities have an attempt to approve one right – so that the authorities have the opportunity to live without any rules, The West has taken a number of steps in recent months to aggravate, they always act to aggravate.”
‘The West always plays for escalation’: Putin
He further said, “The West always plays for escalation: incitement of war in Ukraine, aggravation of the situation around Taiwan, intensification of the energy crisis and destruction of gas pipelines Modern events have overshadowed environmental issues.”
“Events in the world continue to develop according to a negative scenario, have grown into a systemic crisis in various areas. The new centers of the world order and the West will still have to start a dialogue, better sooner,” he further said.
‘There is no unity in the West’: Putin
Putin called the destruction of the pan-European gas pipelines – Nord Streams – an outrageous step.
Vladimir Putin while addressing the think-tank gathering said, “I have always believed in the power of common sense. There is no unity in the West. The West is characterized, as Solzhenitsyn said, by a “continuous blindness of superiority.”
‘Unlike West, we do not climb in someone else’s yard’
Attacking the role of West in the Ukraine-Russia conflict. He said, “Russia does not get involved in these issues. Unlike the West, we do not climb into someone else’s yard.”