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Interview to American journalist Charlie Rose for CBS and PBS

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On the eve of the anniversary of its participation in 70-th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, Vladimir Putin gave an interview to an American journalist Charlie Rose.




Ch.Rouz: you will speak at the UN speech, which strongly welcome. You will act in the UN for the first time in many years. What do you say to the UN, America, all over the world?

V.Putin: Since our interview will be released before my speech, it seems to me that it would be inappropriate to elaborate in detail everything that I am going to say, but in general terms, of course, I will recall stories United Nations. Already now I can say that the decision on the creation of the UN was taken just in our country, in the Soviet Union at the Yalta Conference. The Soviet Union, Russia, as the successor of the Soviet Union, is a founding country of the United Nations and a permanent member of the Security Council.

Of course, you will say about the present, about how today is composed of international life that the United Nations remains the only universal international organization, which aims to keep peace in the world. And in this sense, it has no alternative today.

It is also clear that the United Nations must adapt to a changing world, and we are constantly debating on this subject: it has to change, the pace at which that quality must change.

Of course, it is necessary to say, and not even what is necessary, - you will need to take advantage of this international platform to give the Russian vision of today's international relations and the future of this organization and the world community.

Rose: We expect you to talk about the threat of the “Islamic State” and about your presence in Syria, because your presence there is connected with this. What is your purpose for being in Syria and how does this relate to the fight against ISIS?

V.Putin: I think that I simply have no doubt that practically all speakers from the rostrum of the United Nations will talk about the problem of the struggle, the need to fight terrorism, and I also cannot avoid this topic. This is natural, because it is a serious common threat for all of us, it is a challenge for all of us. Today, terrorism is a threat to so many states of the world, a large number of people - hundreds of thousands, millions of people - suffer from its criminal acts. And all of us have a task to unite efforts in the fight against this common evil.

As for our, as you said, presence in Syria, then it is expressed today in the supply weapons the Syrian government, in staff training, in providing humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people.

We believe the United Nations Charter, that is, of the fundamental principles of contemporary international law, according to which the aid, one or the other, including military aid, can and should be provided only legitimate government of various countries, with their consent or by their request or by a decision of the Security Council of the United Nations.

In this case we are dealing with the request of the Syrian government on the provision of military and technical assistance that we are doing is completely legal within international contracts.

Ch.Rouz: Secretary of State John Kerry said that he welcomes your support in the fight against LIH. Others believe that this combat aircraft and systems MANPADS, which are used against a conventional army, not against extremists.

Vladimir Putin: There is only one ordinary legitimate army. This is the army of the President of Syria Assad. And it is opposed, according to the interpretation of some of our international partners, by the opposition. But in reality, in real life, the Assad army is really fighting with terrorist organizations. You know better than me about the hearings that have just been held in the United States Senate, if I am not mistaken, where the military, the Pentagon representatives reported to the senators about what the United States did to prepare the combat unit of the opposition forces. The goal was to first prepare 5 – 6 thousands of fighters, then 12 thousands. As a result, it turned out that all 60 had been prepared, and only 4 or 5 people were fighting with weapons in their hands, and everyone else just ran over with American weapons in ISIL. This is the first.

Secondly, in my view, to provide military support to the illegitimate structures do not meet the principles of contemporary international law and the Charter of the United Nations. We support only legitimate government structures.

In this regard, we offer cooperation and countries in the region, we are trying to create some kind of coordination structure. I personally informed the President of Turkey, the King of Jordan, Saudi Arabia. We are informed about it and the United States of America, and Mr. Kerry, whom you mentioned, had a detailed discussion on this matter with our Foreign Minister Mr. Lavrov, and of our military in contact with each other to discuss this topic. We will be happy if we can find common ground for joint action against terrorism.



Ch.Rouz: Are you ready to join the United States in the fight against LIH, and therefore you are in Syria? Others believe that your goals are, and partly to keep the administration of Assad, because now he is losing his position and his government the war is not going well. Is the preservation of Assad in power for the purpose of the presence of Russia in Syria?

Vladimir Putin: That's right, it is. Moreover, in my opinion, acting in the other direction, towards the destruction of the legitimate power structures, we can create a situation which today are seeing in other countries in the region or in other regions of the world, for example in Libya, where totally disintegrated all state institutions. We see a similar situation in Iraq.

There is no other way to solve the Syrian problem, in addition to strengthening the existing legal government agencies to assist them in the fight against terrorism, but also, of course, encouraging them at the same time a positive dialogue with the healthy part of the opposition and for political reforms.

Ch.Rouz: As you know, some of the coalition partners want to first Assad to relinquish power and only then they will be ready to support the government.

Vladimir Putin: I would like to encourage them to send this request to the Syrian people. Only the Syrian people in the country have the right to decide who and how and on what principles should govern the country.

Rose: You support President Assad. Do you support what he is doing in Syria and what is happening with those Syrians - the millions of refugees and the hundreds of thousands of people who died, and many of them were killed by his people?

Vladimir Putin: And how do you think, whether received by those who support the armed opposition, and primarily, the terrorist organizations only to overthrow Assad, without worrying about what will happen to the country after the complete destruction of its public institutions?

You all the time, repeatedly, with perseverance that deserves a better use, say that the Syrian army is fighting with its people. But look who controls 60 percent of Syrian territory: 60 percent of Syrian territory is controlled by either ISIS or others by Dzhebhat al-Nusra and other terrorist organizations, organizations that are recognized as terrorist and by the United States and other states, and the UN.

Ch.Rouz: Are you ready to send Russian troops to Syria if the fight against igil the need arise?

Putin: Russia will not participate in any military operations on the territory of Syria or in other countries, in any case, to date, we do not plan to. But we are thinking about how to intensify our work with President Assad, and with our partners in other countries.

Ch.Rouz: Many people believe that Assad's actions play into the hands LIH that awful attitude towards the Syrian people against the regime which uses a barrel-bombs and taking other hostile acts, is a kind of means of LIH. Therefore, if Assad goes, the country will come to a transitional period, which will contribute to the fight against LIH.

V.Putin: In the professional language of the special services, I can say that such an assessment is a clear active event of the enemies of Assad, this is anti-Syrian propaganda.

Ch.Rouz: This is a very broad language, among other things, it could mean a new effort on the part of Russia, to take a leading role in the Middle East, and that it is your new strategy. Is it really so?

V.Putin: No. More than two thousand militants - people from the former Soviet Union are in Syria. There is a threat that they will return to us. Than to wait until they return to us, it is better to help Assad to fight them there, in Syria. This is the most important motive that pushes us to assist Assad. In general, we, of course, do not want the situation in the region to "come to life".

Ch.Rouz: Are you proud of Russia, and it means that you want Russia to play a more significant role in the world. This is one of such examples.

Vladimir Putin: This is not an end in itself. I am proud of Russia. We have much to be proud of. But we have some fetish about Russian superpower in the world arena.

Ch.Rouz But Russia - one of the leading countries, because you have a nuclear weapon. You are a force to be reckoned with.

Vladimir Putin: I hope, otherwise why do we have these weapons?

Ukraine - it is a separate big issue, including us. It is the closest country to us. We are always saying that Ukraine - a brotherly country and there. It is not just a Slavic people, is the most close to the Russian people: the language is very similar culture, a common history, a common religion, and so on.

What do I consider absolutely unacceptable for us? Solving issues, including controversial issues, domestic political issues in the republics of the former Soviet Union with the help of the so-called "color" revolutions, with the help of coups and unconstitutional ways to shift the current government - this is absolutely unacceptable. Our partners in the United States do not hide the fact that they supported those who opposed President Yanukovych.

Ch.Rouz: Do you think that the United States associated with the overthrow of Viktor Yanukovych, when he was forced to flee to Russia?

Vladimir Putin: I know this for sure.

Ch.Rouz: How do you know?

V.Putin: Very simple. Because the people who live in Ukraine have thousands of contacts with them and thousands of contacts with them. And we know who, where, when he met, worked with those people who overthrew Yanukovych, how they were supported, how much they paid, how they were trained, on what territories, in what countries and who these instructors were. We all know. As a matter of fact, our American partners no longer hide it.

Ch.Rouz: You respect the sovereignty of Ukraine?

Vladimir Putin: Of course. But we would like to see other countries to respect the sovereignty of other countries, including Ukraine. And respect the sovereignty - which means to prevent coups, anti-constitutional actions and illegal displacement of the legitimate authorities.

Ch.Rouz: How is the displacement of legitimate authority? What is Russia's role in the renewal of power in Ukraine?

Vladimir Putin: But Russia has never been and is not going to take part in actions aimed at overthrowing the legitimate government.

Ch.Rouz: But whether you need to use military force in order to accomplish this goal?

Vladimir Putin: Of course not.

Ch.Rouz: Many say the Russian military presence on the borders of Ukraine, and some even claim that the Russian troops are in the territory of a neighboring country.

Vladimir Putin: Do you have a military presence in Europe?

Ch.Rouz: Yes.

Vladimir Putin: In Europe there is the tactical nuclear weapons of the United States, we will not forget it. Is that mean? What do you occupied Germany or only transformed the occupation forces in the NATO forces? And if we keep its troops on our territory on the border with some state, you think that it is a crime?

Ch.Rouz: In the US you have a lot of say.

Putin: nothing else to do?

Ch.Rouz: Maybe they're just curious people? Maybe you're an interesting person, maybe this whole thing? They know that you have worked in the KGB, then built his political career in St. Petersburg, becoming deputy mayor, and then moved to Moscow. It is noteworthy that they see you in photos with naked torso, galloping on a horse, and they say, is a man who creates his image of a strong man.

You love your job, you like to represent Russia, and I know that you worked in foreign intelligence, and I understand that it is your job to “read” people.

Vladimir Putin: It was my job. Today I have another job, and for quite some time.

Ch.Rouz: Someone in Russia told me that former KGB does not happen.

Vladimir Putin: You know, not one stage of our life passes without a trace. Whatever we do, whatever we do, this knowledge, this experience, they always stay with us, and we carry them further with us, somehow we use them. In this sense, yes, they are right.

Ch.Rouz: Once one of the CIA told me that you have the essential skills. You can fascinate people, and you are good at it, you are a kind of stumbles.

Vladimir Putin: Well, if you have been told by the CIA, then so probably it is. They are good professionals.

Ch.Rouz: Your rating in Russia, I think the envy of any other politician in the world. What makes you so popular?

Vladimir Putin: There is something that unites me and other citizens of Russia. We have something in common, what unites us - the love for the motherland.

Ch.Rouz: During the celebration of 70-year anniversary of the end of World War II, when we remembered all the victims that suffered Russia, all of us very much touched by the picture: You're standing with tears in his eyes, holding a photo of your father.

V.Putin: Yes, my family suffered serious losses, my relatives as a whole during the Second World War. It's true. In my father's family, I think, there were five brothers, four died. From the side of the mother - about the same picture. Russia has suffered greatly. Of course, we cannot forget this and should not forget - not in order to blame someone, but in order that nothing of the kind will happen in the future.

Ch.Rouz: You also said that the most terrible tragedy of the last century was the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, some people look at Ukraine and Georgia into thinking that you do not want to recreate the Soviet empire, but rather a sphere of influence that Russia, in your opinion, deserves because of the relationships that have existed over the years. Why are you smiling?

Vladimir Putin: You make me happy. We are all the time suspected of some ambitions and all the time trying to distort something. I really said that I consider the collapse of the Soviet Union to be a huge tragedy of the 20th century. Do you know why? First of all, because overnight the borders of the Russian Federation turned out to be 25 of millions of Russian people. They lived in a single country - suddenly found themselves abroad. Imagine how many problems arose? Domestic issues, separation of families, economic problems, social problems - just do not list everything. Do you think that it is normal that 25 of millions of Russian people were suddenly abroad? The Russians turned out to be the largest divided nation in the world today. It's not a problem? For you, perhaps not, but for me - the problem.

Rose: Many in Russia criticize you. As far as you know, they say that Russia is more autocratic than democratic. The political opposition and journalists are in Russian prisons, they are being killed. They claim that your power is indivisible, and also that power and, moreover, absolute power corrupts absolutely. What would you say to these people concerned about the political climate in Russia?

Vladimir Putin: There can be no democracy without respect for the law, and everyone has to abide by it - this is the most important and basic, what we all need to remember what no one should forget.

With regard to such tragic things, like the death of people, including journalists, - unfortunately, it happens all over the world. But if it happens to us, we will do everything to ensure that the perpetrators were found, exposed and punished.

But most importantly, we will continue to work on improving our political system, so that people feel ordinary people feel that it affects the life of the state and society, it affects the power, and that power felt responsible to the people, who trust the authorities during election campaigns.

Ch.Rouz: As you well know, if you as the leader of this country will insist on the rule of law and justice, then it is possible to achieve much in terms of the eradication of this negative perception.

Vladimir Putin: There is much, but not all and not all at once is impossible. Here in the United States as the democratic process evolves? Since the inception of the United States. But what, now, do you think that everything is decided in terms of democracy? If it was decided there would be no problems Ferguson, right? There would be other problems of this kind, there would be police arbitrariness.

The aim is to see all these problems and on time and adequately react to it. The same applies to Russia. We also have a lot of problems.

Ch.Rouz: Are you interested in America to a greater extent than any other state with which you interact?

Vladimir Putin: Of course, we are interested in what is happening in the United States. America has a huge impact on the world situation in general.

Ch.Rouz: What do you like most about America?

Vladimir Putin: A creative approach to solving the problems facing America, openness and emancipation - it gives an opportunity to reveal the inner potential of the people. I think that is largely due to this America has made such tremendous strides in its development.

Ch.Rouz: Let me ask you, what do you think of President Obama? How do you assess it?

Putin: I do not consider myself entitled to give to the President of the United States. The case of the American people.

Ch.Rouz: How do you think his work in international relations reflects a weakness?

V.Putin: I do not think so at all. The fact is that in any country - including the United States, where, perhaps, even more often than in any other country - foreign policy factors are used for internal political struggle. In the United States, an election campaign is about to take place. There is always either a Russian card or something else.

Ch.Rouz: Let me ask you a question: do you think he listens to you?

Vladimir Putin: I think that we all together partly just listen to the part that does not contradict our own ideas about what we should do and what should not.

Ch.Rouz: Do you think that he believes Russia equal? What do you think, whether he thinks you care? And that's how you want to treat you?

Vladimir Putin: So you ask him, he's your president. How can I know what he thinks?

Ch.Rouz: Have you watched the political debate in the Republican Party?

Putin: Watch so that absolutely have on a daily basis - no.

Rose: Marco Rubio - one of the candidates for the US presidency from the Republican Party - during the debate called you a gangster.

Vladimir Putin: How can I be a gangster when I worked in the KGB? This is completely untrue.

Ch.Rouz: People in Russia are afraid of you?

Vladimir Putin: I think not. I assume that most people trust me, if you vote for me in the election. And the most important thing. This puts a huge responsibility, colossal. I am grateful to the people for that trust, but of course, I feel a great responsibility for what I do, and the result of their work.

Ch.Rouz: As you know, some people call you a king.

Vladimir Putin: So what? I know, different names.

Ch.Rouz: This is the name of you meet?

Vladimir Putin: No. What matters is not how you are called by the well-wishers, friends, or your political opponents. It is important that you yourself think that you must do in the interest of the country that you entrust such a place, such a post as head of the Russian state.
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  1. Rattenfanger
    Rattenfanger 28 September 2015 07: 43 New
    +16
    For us, there is nothing new in an interview with GDP. But for Western residents living in a one-sided informational vacuum, Putin’s interview and his upcoming speech at the UN will have the effect of an exploding bomb.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 28 September 2015 07: 58 New
      +7
      Quote: Rattenfanger
      But for Western residents living in a one-sided informational vacuum, Putin’s interview and his upcoming speech at the UN will have the effect of an exploding bomb.

      The big question is whether they will give the press or broadcast a full interview, not a cut one. With regard to speech, so during it can put an advertisement.
    2. Jurkovs
      Jurkovs 28 September 2015 10: 08 New
      +6
      Quote: Rattenfanger
      For us, there is nothing new in an interview with GDP. But for Western residents living in a one-sided informational vacuum, Putin’s interview and his upcoming speech at the UN will have the effect of an exploding bomb.

      Putin has said these things for the tenth time and for the tenth time it will be hushed up. History has clearly shown that the voice of guns is much more audible than the voice of an individual, even if he is the leader of the state.
      1. kaa_andrey
        kaa_andrey 28 September 2015 11: 18 New
        +3
        Putin's silence has a stronger effect on the brains of Westerners than his attempts to explain common truths to them.
        Better to listen to silence!
      2. Altona
        Altona 28 September 2015 12: 34 New
        +3
        Quote: Jurkovs
        Putin has said these things for the tenth time and for the tenth time it will be hushed up. History has clearly shown that the voice of guns is much more audible than the voice of an individual, even if he is the leader of the state.

        -------------------------
        A Western journalist spoke with Putin in the language of cheap newspaper templates, Putin answered him from the standpoint of international law ... And in this, they say, feel the difference ... As long as there is a stable order in the West, you can chat differently while the war is far from home. ..But when the war comes to Europe, I'll see what words they speak ...
        1. xan
          xan 28 September 2015 16: 26 New
          +1
          Quote: Altona
          A Western journalist spoke with Putin in the language of cheap newspaper templates, Putin answered him from the standpoint of international law.

          Recently I heard a program on Vesti fm, so the idea was voiced there that the Americans were imbued with a desire to create a show from anything. And while this approach dominates, you can always find their positional weakness and use against them.
          They prefer to "appear" rather than "be."
    3. IAlex
      IAlex 28 September 2015 13: 54 New
      0
      Nor will it have anything there, they have a Hollywood there that knows a lot about dubbing and editing ...
  2. kot11180
    kot11180 28 September 2015 07: 45 New
    +3
    More direct text, times are changing
  3. dummy
    dummy 28 September 2015 08: 00 New
    +5
    Quote: kot11180
    More direct text, times are changing

    God grant that the original in English is the same.
  4. Pal2004
    Pal2004 28 September 2015 08: 03 New
    +1
    I look forward to his speech at the UN .... I think it will be a landmark event
  5. 3 Gorynych
    3 Gorynych 28 September 2015 08: 03 New
    +1
    To pay tribute to the president - there are so many provocative questions, and so I probably wanted to adequately answer in the same spirit.! But could not ...
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 28 September 2015 08: 08 New
    +9
    But I’m very interested, how would Obama answer such questions? No, I wouldn’t answer. With such questions, journalists wouldn’t let journalists into the cannon shot.
    1. Pal2004
      Pal2004 28 September 2015 08: 12 New
      +3
      That's for sure. Democracy....
    2. trigger
      trigger 28 September 2015 09: 01 New
      0
      politicians have long worked out schemes for answering provocative questions. Watch any psaki performance since you don’t know this.
  7. surrozh
    surrozh 28 September 2015 08: 10 New
    +5
    Don’t say it, but Putin’s intellect, logic, humor are on top. Gorbachev and Yeltsin are not standing near, and we carried them in our hands at the time ...
    1. Rado
      Rado 28 September 2015 08: 21 New
      +10
      No, not worn! Gorbachev and Yeltsin for most Russians are traitors!
  8. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 28 September 2015 08: 27 New
    +10
    Unfortunately, the text does not convey the "pressure" and rudeness with which the American journalist conducted this "interview". I managed to see it in the original and I was struck by this arrogance and rudeness, as well as by the way this "journalist" looked at our President, with obviously undisguised hatred and anger. It seems that this was not an “interview” of a “free” journalist with the President of a foreign power, but an interrogation of a suspect in an American police station, where our President acted as a suspect. I still have a disgusting feeling from this "interview" -interrogation. "
    1. rotmistr60
      rotmistr60 28 September 2015 08: 50 New
      +5
      I agree that the American conducted an interview with pressure and sometimes noticeable rudeness, tried to ask tricky questions. But I did not notice hatred in my eyes. And this is the behavior of Western journalists when conducting interviews with top or eminent persons usually. They look at everyone who is not American or European with high and always comes across neglect, arrogance and personal significance.
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 28 September 2015 12: 15 New
        +6
        This is all done by a specialist to expose a person in an unsightly form, when necessary. Once they slipped a tagged journalist with a nervous tic on one side of the face opposite the camera. It worked. Crazed Michael. smile
    2. Niki
      Niki 28 September 2015 09: 04 New
      0
      Let's hope that this was not the only candidate for the interview, and our consciously chose one with which the efforts spent on this interview will have the most positive effect for us.
    3. am808s
      am808s 28 September 2015 16: 01 New
      0
      The reporter’s rudeness erupted especially at the end of the interview. You read and feel how this questionnaire is escalating the situation. But the GDP has dignifiedly dampened these exacerbations.
  9. ivan bogomolov
    ivan bogomolov 28 September 2015 08: 28 New
    +5
    Our GDP is just fine, there are no words, I got a feeling of confidence and pride after reading this article, everything is clear, competent and where necessary with a sense of humor, well done good
  10. trigger
    trigger 28 September 2015 08: 56 New
    +1
    The author of the article could have bothered to single out questions in boldto make it easier to read. As a matter of fact, it is being done on all non -letant resources.
  11. 222222
    222222 28 September 2015 09: 21 New
    +4
    Speech by Lukashenko at the plenary meeting of the UN Summit on Sustainable Development President 27.09.2015/19/40 | XNUMX:XNUMX
    Read more: http://www.belta.by/president/view/vystuplenie-prezidenta-belarusi-na-plenarnom-
    zasedanii-sammita-oon-po-ustojchivomu-razvitiju-164220-2015 /
    1. 222222
      222222 28 September 2015 09: 23 New
      +2
      Sustainable development of any country is impossible without peace and security. The Belarusian people fully knew this indisputable truth on their fate. In the past century, Belarus has become the site of the most bloody battles of two world wars. Therefore, we attach particular importance to the prevention of military conflicts and threats to people's lives. Having lost a third of the population in the war against fascism, Belarus was reborn from the ashes and sacredly preserves peace and harmony in society, strives to ensure the well-being of the people and the stable development of the state. Over the years of sovereign existence, our country has honorably fulfilled those millennium goals that are related to the elimination of hunger and poverty, the achievement of one hundred percent literacy of the population, equality of men and women, social and political stability, and non-discrimination on ethnic, religious grounds. We do not have maternal mortality; infant mortality is the lowest in the world. This is precisely democracy, and not what our Western teachers are trying to impose on us. Unfortunately, this cannot be said about our planet as a whole. The world came to the Summit, unfortunately fragmented, divided more than ever in the past three decades. The planet is shaken by numerous armed conflicts, terrorist acts. The sad thing is that the growth of global threats does not find an adequate answer. We still have not been able to restore the balance of power that was lost with the collapse of the Soviet Union. There is no balance of power - there is no peace and no stability. This is a systemic crisis. In any system, power, if it is the only one, acts uncontrollably, strives only for its prosperity and the solution of problems at the expense of others. The policy of hegemony, national egoism leads to the widespread use of pressure, sanctions, restrictions and military action. As a result, we lose confidence in each other. An example of open political rudeness, lies and crimes against humanity on the surface. Let's recall the recent facts. Under the pretext of having nuclear weapons in Iraq, well-known states decided to democratize Iraq. And where is the nuclear weapon? Where is democracy in Iraq? Why was the President of Iraq killed? Where is that country in general and what is the future of the Iraqi people? On the territory of this state has people become better off? No.
      ""
      1. 222222
        222222 28 September 2015 09: 23 New
        +1
        You guilty will say that you were mistaken, you should stop. But again, no, let's go further. Started with Tunisia and ended with Libya. The scenario is the same. Crucified President Gaddafi, destroying the state. Has it gotten better in Libya? No. And where is Libya in general as an integral state? Gentlemen, maybe enough? No. They rushed to Syria. The question is: why? Why are you killing people? Why overthrow the incumbent President? How did he not please you? Moreover, the massacre in this country, you erase the first traces of our civilization. Tell the world community what you want and what you strive for. Just in case from this rostrum of the UN General Assembly. Ukrainian crisis. If we do not stop the bloodshed in Europe, the fratricidal massacre, let us escalate this conflict, it will be hot for the whole civilized world. Forgive me, we will take another step towards a global conflict, and possibly a new world war, already at the center of a civilized and advanced world. Really, having entered the new millennium, we still did not understand how fragile the world and human civilization are? I said this not to list known events, but to bring the powers that be to this thought. Clear. Today there is no force that would stop you. But after all, the heads of state committing blasphemy, all believers, even many publicly pray. But the Lord sees everything. And he is fair. And if you get angry and punish the guilty? You, your peoples, who will suffer innocently for your adventures. I think we need to stop. We need to help people in poor countries get dressed, recover, and get an education. Feed the hungry, save the children from death, and you will be rewarded. But mutual alienation is not unique to large countries. Many do not even want to understand the traditions, culture, beliefs of other nations. Obviously, restoring balance is a long way to a multipolar world. We will come closer to this goal if we act, and not passively wait. It is necessary to recognize in practice that we are all different and that every nation, every country has the right to choose its own path of development. It is in our diversity that the guarantee of the common progress and success of everyone is. Such an approach will restore confidence in our international life. But for this it is necessary to meet and engage in dialogue, negotiate, and find the possibility of constructive interaction. And agreeing to act. History teaches that any state that claims to be the sole leader without regard to the interests of others is ultimately doomed to failure and destruction itself. Any advantage at the expense of someone is short-lived and flawed. No wonder folk wisdom says: happiness cannot be built on someone else's misfortune. The modern world is experiencing a crisis of responsibility. Because selfish interests and momentary benefits dominate many decisions. The actions of a number of states in the international arena often do not take into account the specific reality and characteristics of other countries and societies. I am sure, if it were different, there would not have been hundreds of thousands of casualties in Iraq, Libya, Syria and other countries, from where floods of refugees fleeing the war surged. Would not have allowed the emergence of an Islamic state. There would be no outbreaks of terrorism in Europe and civil war in Ukraine. The list of these "would not be" can be continued for a long time. And it’s important to talk about it today, because in these states, these peoples will not understand us when we talk and talk about development today, because millions and billions of people in the world today are not up to development - they would live from morning till night.
        ""on the
        1. 222222
          222222 28 September 2015 09: 25 New
          +3
          Today we need responsible politicians who are able to act globally, strategically, ready to make decisions in the interests of the entire world community, to compromise for the common good. Mr. Chairman! While at the United Nations, I cannot but touch upon the crisis of international structures. In general, there is a feeling that their role in recent years has been reduced to being a place of disputes between states, and often a means of pressure on individual countries that have not pleased the powers that be. Look at the huge number of resolutions adopted by the UN. But does voting on them affect conflict resolution? Does it serve to consolidate the global community? Do these resolutions improve the lives of nations? Let's honestly say: "Do not improve!". Voted and divided into ours and yours. The result is even more distrust and disunity. I am deeply convinced that the UN should not be used to demonstrate someone's strength. This weakens the Organization, destroys trust in it, and contradicts its very nature and purpose. It is not surprising that traditional international structures play an insufficient role in both preventing and resolving conflicts. We must put an end to this vicious practice. The UN should be a forum for cooperation, not confrontation of states. Only mutual understanding and responsibility, awareness of the diversity of the world community, restoration of trust will help us all unite, ensure peace and security. Find effective answers to global challenges and threats. The practical result of our efforts will be the sustainable development of all states and the increasing role of the United Nations in world politics. Thank you for attention."""
          1. noWAR
            noWAR 28 September 2015 10: 23 New
            +2
            Thank you quintuple laughing , for the president’s speech. Not many think so openly as Lukashenko. Accept Thanks, plus you do not need anything.
  12. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 28 September 2015 09: 54 New
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    Ch.Rouz: Many people believe that Assad's actions play into the hands LIH that awful attitude towards the Syrian people against the regime which uses a barrel-bombs and taking other hostile acts, is a kind of means of LIH. Therefore, if Assad goes, the country will come to a transitional period, which will contribute to the fight against LIH.
    Ameripeds are wild, dumb animals! False and hypocritical. Khutspa Jews simply fades in comparison with these bastards.
    Never anything else but power, these creatures did not understand, do not understand and will not understand.
    All relations with these non-humans should be built only from a position of strength.
    Otherwise, no way.
  13. Jurkovs
    Jurkovs 28 September 2015 10: 04 New
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    Vladimir Putin: How can I be a gangster when I worked in the KGB? This is completely untrue.

    Putin’s subtle humor is generally inaccessible to the Anglo-Saxons.
  14. Oleko
    Oleko 28 September 2015 10: 12 New
    +2
    I must say that GDP, where necessary, "shaved" striped. And he voiced directly what I had previously guessed. About the preparation of the Nazi putsch. I suppose and Janek knew everything. Could not know. But the position of sitting on 2 chairs (American and Russian) did not lead to anything good. And where power uses will and force, “color” revolutions are impossible.
  15. radogos
    radogos 28 September 2015 10: 29 New
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    It is a pity that this statement and the speech at the UN will reach the mattress in a very corrected version and everything will remain as before !!!
    THERE IS FREEDOM OF WORDS, "DEMOCRACY OF DOUBLE STANDARDS (" negative
  16. d-shvets
    d-shvets 28 September 2015 10: 29 New
    +5
    I am proud that such a president in Russia!
  17. Nasty
    Nasty 28 September 2015 12: 44 New
    0
    Quite biased questions and this journalist seemed to me rather weak. However, he didn’t attack me! Be that as it may, it seems to me that they will be perverted anyway, I won’t be surprised.
  18. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 28 September 2015 16: 21 New
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    Well done Putin! I liked how I answered questions. Especially about Obama. Diplomatically, there is no way to convey the word, but the meaning is this: Like whoever chose it, let him appreciate this disgrace and so on! bully
  19. doctor
    doctor 28 September 2015 18: 07 New
    +1
    Comrade officers! I decided to win money from s. Bought a USA PowerBall ticket. Filled 3,31,39,43,44,10. Please put a plus on luck and result. wink
  20. I doubt it
    I doubt it 28 September 2015 18: 17 New
    +1
    Good answers.
    But one interview is not enough to change the situation and the attitude of the Anglo-Saxons and Europeans towards it. The construction of the phrases of a journalist fully reflects their images and stereotypes. They (not only savvy zhurnalyugi, but also a huge mass of common people) are convinced that the USSR, Russia are an "evil empire." They are not mistaken in this. This is a stable image, this is their understanding. It is in the subconscious. Everything that is said from the heart will be perceived as deceit. Even editorial editing is not needed.
    It takes decades, centuries, a change of several generations to change this. And moral, spiritual cleansing of the population of Europe and America. Now they have a different paradigm. Talking with them now is like talking to the mentally ill, hoping for understanding.
  21. NDR-791
    NDR-791 28 September 2015 19: 12 New
    +1
    The Russians turned out to be the largest divided nation in the world today. It's not a problem? Perhaps not for you, but for me - a problem.
    When our GDP speaks in the first person, I’m sure that it’s time for those to whom it is addressed! Tested for years! Everything else they said, of course, is expensive, but this is ME !!! costs more than anything else.
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  23. Balagan
    Balagan 29 September 2015 19: 45 New
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    Curious - will Charlie give all the material as it is or will the exceptional ones edit everything again?