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27 Oct, 2022 22:45

‘No one can sit out the coming storm’: Putin’s milestone Valdai speech

Western hegemony should be replaced with an actual order respectful of all, the Russian leader said
‘No one can sit out the coming storm’: Putin’s milestone Valdai speech

The world is entering a decade of tumult as the pursuit of a more just world order clashes with the arbitrary hegemony of the collective West, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday, addressing the annual meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club.

Putin’s speech ranged from biodiversity to “cancel culture,” the nature of what the West has to offer and Russia’s response, followed by hours of answering audience questions. Here are six key points from his opening remarks.

 

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