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Putin accuses the West of preparing new conflicts in Russia’s backyard

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Russian President Vladimir Putin today accused the West of preparing new conflicts in the post-Soviet space, instability that he linked to the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991.

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“We know that scenarios are being created in the West to instigate new conflicts in the post-Soviet space,” Putin said during a meeting of heads of the security and intelligence services of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Putin added: “Just look at what is happening between Russia and Ukraine, what is happening on the borders of other CIS countries.”

”Of course, everything is a result of the dissolution of the Soviet Union. But the risks of destabilization are increasing, including the risks of destabilization of the entire Asia-Pacific region,” he added.

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Putin He stressed that the CIS intelligence services are “at the forefront, at the forefront of the fight against the most dangerous threats.”

“Before you there are many difficult missions, guaranteeing peace and stability in your countries, reinforcing sovereignty and contributing to the development of integration processes”, said.

Putin used the attempts of the NATO of turning Ukraine into an “Anti Russia” as an argument to launch last February a “special military operation” in the neighboring country.

Although at first he assured that the main objective was to liberate Donbas, in the first weeks the Russian Army had already opened a land corridor between Russian territory and the annexed Crimean peninsula in southern Ukraine.

As reported by the Kremlin, Putin will sign annexation treaties with the people’s republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, and the southern regions of Kherson and Zaporizhia tomorrow, Friday.

The annexation process will be approved next week by both chambers of the Russian Parliament.

Source: Gestion

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