Putin issued a statement on the international political situation
On June 23, local time, Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a series of statements on the international political situation during his speech at the Ninth Moscow International Security Conference. He pointed out that Russia has never issued orders to other countries, and that Russia is prepared to participate in solving global and regional issues on an equal footing through political and diplomatic means, and expand constructive cooperation with all countries.
Putin pointed out that regional armed conflicts, the risk of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the activities of cross-border criminal groups, drug trafficking and cyber criminals have caused serious concern to the international community, especially international terrorism has posed a threat. To solve the above-mentioned problems, all countries need to work together, and it must be carried out on the basis of international law and the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter. Putin stated that the main task of the United Nations is to prevent global conflicts and prevent the occurrence of a new world war.
In addition, Putin pointed out that Russia is worried about NATO's build-up of military forces and infrastructure near the Russian border, and NATO's rejection of Russia's constructive proposals to ease tensions. Putin expressed the hope that the idea of developing a constructive relationship between the two sides will eventually prevail.