Putin said that “as before” will not be
According to the head of state, the authorities of the Western countries “cling to the shadows of the past” and believe that the dominance of the West is “a constant value.” “Nothing lasts forever,” said Putin
The changes taking place in the world are of a fundamental nature, as before it will not be, said President Vladimir Putin in a speech at the plenary session of the SPIEF. RBC is broadcasting.
“It is a mistake to believe that the time of turbulent changes can, as they say, sit out, wait out, that supposedly everything will return to normal, everything will be as before. It won't, — Putin said.
According to him, the changes are fundamental, “turning and inexorable” character.
However, according to the head of state, the ruling elites of Western countries are in these illusions, do not want to notice obvious things and “cling to the shadows of the past.” “For example, it is believed that the dominance of the West in global politics and economics— the value is unchanging, eternal,»,— Putin noted, emphasizing that “nothing is eternal.” According to the president, Russia's partners deny reality and are trying to counteract the course of history.
The Russian authorities have said before that there will be no more. Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrei Turchak advised us to forget that “it is possible, as in a terrible childhood dream, to abruptly open your eyes and return to the state in which we were before. In his opinion, “total hybrid war” against Russia “will not end either tomorrow or the day after tomorrow.”
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