Putin says Western dogmatism increases risk of ill-conceived moves

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The risk of the West making ill-conceived and impulsive steps is increased because of its dogmatism, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, speaking to the Foreign Intelligence Service.

“In their practical policy [Western countries] are guided by one goal— by any means to maintain its dominance. Such dogmatism, the burden of the past, the unwillingness to face the truth inevitably increases the risk of further ill-conceived impulsive actions on the part of the West, — said Putin.

During his speech, Putin also said that Western countries have driven themselves into a trap because they did not see the weakening of their influence in the world.

Putin promised to devote one of his next speeches to an analysis of the current political situation in the world. However, he did not say when exactly this performance would take place.

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Relations between Russia and Western countries deteriorated sharply after Putin announced the start of a special military operation in Ukraine on February 24. The US and the EU imposed sanctions against Russia that affected the country's industry and financial system. Sanctions, in particular, were imposed against the Russian Central Bank and the country's largest banks— among them are Sberbank, VTB, Promsvyazbank and Alfa-Bank.

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Vladimir Putin

politician, President of Russia

October 7, 1952

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