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Putin against dictatorial rule by a single country


Putin against dictatorial rule by a single country

Moscow, Sep 7 (Prensa Latina) Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke out against the dictatorship by only one country in the world and considered that conflicts are often not resolved with peace and therefore international law is always violated.

“The world must be fairer and in no way be based on the dictates of a single country as if it were God,” Putin stated during his speech at the session of the 5th Eastern Economic Forum, in the city of Vladivostok.

Putin pointed out that the claims about Russia’s violations of international law are absolutely unfounded and clarified that Russia provides aid to its allies in the Donetsk and Lugansk people’s republics according to the UN Charter.

Regarding the agreement reached last July in Istanbul between Russia, the UN, Türkiye and Ukraine for the safe departure of cereals from Ukrainian and Russian ports in the Black Sea, Putin affirmed that Russia will insist on allocating this product to states that are really in need.

The transit of wheat produced in Ukraine and Russia through the Black Sea should be aimed at improving the situation on world markets and lowering prices, Putin stressed.

Putin described as an open and blatant deception the departure of cereals from Ukraine for countries with less need of the product, referring to the declared but unfulfilled purposes of the Istanbul agreement to avoid famine in third world nations.

The situation with the limitations on fertilizer exports from Russia has improved, but the problems still persist in the market and this leads to an increase in prices, the president cuationed.


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