The neo-colonial system based on exploitation will inevitably become a thing of the past, the Russian leader says
Russia and its international partners will build a fair multipolar world together, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.
Moscow is ready to cooperate with all interested nations to tackle joint threats and challenges, Putin stated in his address to participants of the 11th International Meeting of High Representatives for Security Issues, which began in Moscow Region on Wednesday.
"I am confident that together we'll achieve the formation of a more just, multipolar world, and that the ideology of exclusivity, as well as the neo-colonial system, which made it possible to exploit the resources of the whole world, will inevitably become a thing of the past," the Russian leader told the foreign security officials.
Russia has partners in many different regions and continents, and the country's authorities "highly appreciate" those relationships, he said.
"We value historically strong, friendly, truly trusting ties with the states of Asia, Africa and Latin America, and we will strengthen them in every possible way," Putin added.