News – PH – Russia faces foreign pressure from containment policies: Vladimir Putin


Last updated on 26 February 2021 at 7:07 am IST

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that his country is exposed to foreign pressure in the form of continued “containment policies” aimed at provoking internal instability, weakening the economy and meddling in the country’s internal affairs

Amid a growing number of international threats such as terrorism and cybercrime, Russia is also faced with “consistent and extremely aggressive policies” aimed at disrupting the country’s development and “creating problems along our external perimeter and contour, creating and creating internal instability.” undermining the “values ​​that unite Russian society,” warned the president during his meeting with the board of directors of the Federal Security Service (FSB), Xinhua News reported ThursdayDocument letter (“”); googletagcmdpush (function () {googletagdefineOutOfPageSlot (‘/ 6516239 / outofpage_1x1_desktop’, ‘div-gpt-ad-1490771277198-0ads (‘ goletogletagService ()) )); googletagPubads () enableSyncRendering (); googletagenableServices ();});

This foreign pressure, the president said, is not a healthy competitive character, but part of a series of direct measures designed to force Russia to submit to external control

In addition to overt “aggressive rhetoric”, unsubstantiated allegations and conspiracy theoretic allegations used in targeted foreign information campaigns against Russia, direct measures such as economic sanctions and the disruption of large international projects are destabilizing the economy

In this context, the President thanked the FSB for informing them in good time about planned external “provocations” “

“Our partners are also keen to interfere directly in Russia’s public and political affairs, in its democratic processes, and of course the tools of the special services are used against us,” added the President

Putin pointed to the futility of this kind of policy towards Russia, stressing that the country would always protect its sovereignty and national interests, ensure the security of its citizens and protect the rights of the people to decide their future

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News – PH – Russia is exposed to foreign pressure due to containment policy: Vladimir Putin