Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday referred to as on the leaders of Brazil, India, China and South Africa to cooperate within the face of “egocentric actions” from the West, as Moscow is pummelled by Western sanctions over Ukraine.
“Solely on the premise of trustworthy and mutually useful cooperation can we search for methods out of this disaster state of affairs, which developed within the world economic system due to the ill-conceived, egocentric actions of sure states,” Putin stated in televised remarks on the BRICS leaders digital summit, referring to Western sanctions on Russia.
He stated these international locations “utilizing monetary mechanisms, in reality, shift their very own errors in macroeconomic coverage onto the entire world”.
“We’re satisfied that now, greater than ever, the management of BRICS international locations is required to develop a unifying, constructive course in direction of the formation of a very multipolar system of inter-government relations,” Putin stated.
He added that BRICS nations “can depend on the help of many Asian, African and Latin American states striving to pursue an impartial coverage”.
Washington and Brussels have hit Moscow with unprecedented sanctions after Putin despatched troops into pro-Western Ukraine on February 24.
The barrage of crippling sanctions has pushed Putin to hunt new markets and strengthen ties with international locations in Africa and Asia.
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