Putin announced the role Russia plays in the modern world

Russian President Vladimir Putin before signing an agreement on the admission of four new subjects – Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions – made a keynote speech in the Kremlin. And it was dedicated not only to today’s event, but also to Russia’s role in the global world.

The President, speaking about the referendums held in the republics of Donbass and in the liberated territories, said that millions of people have made their choice and Russia will not betray them. He also recalled the heroes of the “Russian spring”, “those who did not come to terms with the neo-Nazi coup d’état in Ukraine in 2014” and offered to honor their memory with a minute of silence.

Also mentioned were the 1991 Belovezhskaya Accords, which, according to the president, turned into a national disaster. At the same time, it is fundamentally wrong to interpret the current events as an attempt to restore the USSR, a kind of “USSR 2.0”. “The battlefield for great historical Russia,” Vladimir Putin said.

Most of the speech of the head of state was devoted to the fact that Russia is currently opposed to the collective West. And to a large extent to the one who heads this very collective West.

In particular, Vladimir Putin stressed that the United States “essentially spit on the natural right of billions of people, most of humanity to freedom and justice, to determine their own future on their own.”

“The West is ready to step over everything to save that neo-colonial systemwhich allows him to parasitize, in fact, to plunder the world at the expense of the power of the dollar and technological dictates, to collect a real tribute from humanity,” the president said.

In the interests of the West, according to Putin, “to extract the hegemon’s rent.” “Saving this rent – their key genuine and completely self-serving motive“, the head of state stressed.

The President also stressed that he was “proud that Russia in the 21st century led the anti-colonial revolution in the world.”

And separately I went through the thesis about order based on rules, so beloved in the West – first of all, again, in the USA. The Russian president called this thesis nonsense: “Who made these rules? Who will approve and approve them?

“Dear friends, today we are fighting for a just and free path. First of all, for ourselves, for Russia. For diktat, despotism to remain forever in the past,” Putin stressed.

But it should be noted that these words were addressed not only to the citizens of Russia. But also to those billions of people whose natural rights were violated by the West, Vladimir Putin said in his address.

And there is every reason to believe that the President of Russia will be heard.

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