Putin’s combative speech in which he declared the end of the US “unipolar world” (and called the sanctions against Russia “crazy and reckless”)

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For Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, the era in which the United States dominated the world is over.

The Russian president appeared this Friday at a economic forum held in St. Petersburg and questioned the power of Washington against other countries in the world.

“The United States, after proclaiming itself victorious in the Cold War, has declared itself a messenger of God in the world. It says that it has no obligations but only interests, and these interests, according to them, are sacred,” he questioned in a 73-minute speech.

And he added: “It is as if they did not realize that in recent decades new and powerful centers of power have been formed on the planet that are becoming stronger every time.”



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