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The State Department’s Assessment: Majority of Countries Back Russia


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Moscow, April 25 – Alexander Lukasek, director of the Department of Relations with European Union Nationals, said that most of the countries participating in the BRICS group, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the European Economic Union, the Collective Security Treaty Organization and other international unions are ready to support Russia, despite the “blackmail and threats” from the West. Federation, parliament and general assemblies of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“There is no doubt that we have the global majority on our side, which fully shares our approach and our assessments, and is ready to support us, despite pressures, blackmail and threats … We will rely heavily on our membership in international structures, including the friendly ones we are talking about in the first place The first is about such associations as the State Union of Russia and Belarus, the Collective Security Treaty Organization, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the European Economic Union, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the BRICS group,” he said on Tuesday during a roundtable discussion on a new concept of Russian foreign policy in the Federation Council.
Lukasik added that Russia remains one of the centers of the emerging multipolar world and will defend its sovereignty and the principle of non-interference in the affairs of its allies.

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The concept of foreign policy aims to create conditions for abandoning the collective West, from the anti-Russian course, and entering into a model of coexistence that guarantees the security of Russia and its allies … A thesis was advanced on the use of armed force. “The forces are to repel or prevent an armed attack on Russia and its allies, and thus it is emphasized that we will defend the right of the Russian people to free existence and development,” the diplomat said.
On March 31, Russian President Vladimir Putin approved a new concept of Russia’s foreign policy. Based on the document, the country will form a new model of coexistence with European countries, which will ensure the safe, sovereign and gradual development of the Russian Federation, its allies and partners.

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