On Thursday, Vladimir Putin, Russian President, said that Russia would ultimately emerge even stronger and more self-sufficient after beating the challenges caused by the US and Western-imposed illegitimate sanctions.
The Russian President said that sanctions announced against Moscow would rebound against Europe, including in the form of developed energy and food prices, and Russia would resolve its issues and emerge stronger than before. He said there’d been no substitute to what Moscow calls its ‘special operation’ in the post-Soviet state of Ukraine. Putin added that Russia wasn’t a state that could compromise its autonomy for some kind of transient economic benefits.
Moreover, Vladimir Putin told a conference of the Russian administration that those consequences would’ve been announced in any case. So, there’re some issues, difficulties, and questions, but in the past, they’ve overcome them, and they’ll overcome the sanctions.
Russian President also told a TV administration conference fourteen days after the Moscow military attacked its neighboring country that eventually, this would all bring about a growth in their sovereignty, self-sufficiency, and independence.
Putin’s statement was designed to represent European consequences as self-defeating and encourage Russians that the nation could survive what Kremlin is calling ‘an economic warfare’ against its businesses, banks, and oligarchs.
Furthermore, the Russian leader said that Moscow would continue to abide by its contractual responsibilities, although it has been criticized with wide-ranging consequences, including a prohibition on American purchases of is oil and other energy products.
Putin said that US and West declared they’re closing imports of Russian energy products to US markets. As a result, prices there are at an all-time high, inflation is remarkably high, has struck historic peaks. And they’re trying to blame the outcomes of their mistakes on Russians. But Moscow has absolutely nothing to do with that.
Criticizing Europe, the Russian administration stated previously that it had prohibited exports of auto, medical, telecommunication, tech, agricultural, and electrical equipment, among other items, until the end of this year. The export suspension list overall contained more than 200 items, which also included turbines, railway cars, containers, and some other goods. Talking gently, the Russian leader accepted that consequences announced since the Feb. 24 invasion were felt.
In addition, Mr. Putin said it’s apparent that at such moments demands of people for ‘certain group of goods’ always rise, but they’re confident that they’d resolve all these issues while progressing in a calm way. Slowly but surely, people will position themselves, and they’ll realize that there’re merely no events that they couldn’t block or resolve.