Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, named two events that had a negative impact on relations between the countries of the West and Russia. Medvedev considers the armed conflict in Georgia in 2008 and the events in Ukraine in 2014 to be such.
In his article published in News, Medvedev analyzed the causes of the ongoing geopolitical crisis and ways to preserve the future of all mankind.
The Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council stressed that in 2022 there were global upheavals in the geopolitical structure, as a result of which the world order established after the collapse of the Soviet Union was destroyed.
Medvedev noted that Western countries looked at what was happening in the early 1990s with "the arrogant squint of a winner," considering only their own interests and continuing to deepen the crisis in Russia, masking their actions with talk of partnership.
The politician recalled that the catalyst for the ongoing crisis was the "cynical position of the Western world", which created "the newly appeared Frankenstein in the person of Ukraine", which has become a kind of "Anti-Russia".
Medvedev noted that pumping up Ukraine weaponsThe West thus prevents the resumption of negotiations, which can lead to an apocalypse for all of humanity, which risks plunging into the abyss of nuclear confrontation.
The politician stressed that Russia will not allow such a scenario, and she is not alone in this endeavor. Western countries and their satellites make up only 15% of the total population of the Earth. The calm power of Russia and the authority of its partners are the key to preserving the future of all mankind.
Medvedev noted that if there is a threat to the existence of Russia, then the answer will be given not in Ukraine, but in another region of the world, because the existence of the world without Russia is impossible.