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Pavel Grudinin: Russia must be strong, then it will have many allies

Date: September 29, 2023 Time: 12:28:22

Director of CJSC “Sovkhoz im. Lenin” Pavel Grudinin.


The main intrigue of the 15th BRICS summit held in Johannesburg on August 22-24 was the bloc’s expansion.

So far, it includes five founding countries: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

But on Wednesday, August 23, South African President Cyril Ramaposa announced that Argentina, Egypt, Iran, Ethiopia, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia would also be invited to join the association.

“And who are our main allies now?” This is the question of the day, the answers to which we publish in the Komsomolskaya Pravda issue of Friday, August 25.

Among those who participated in the formation of the national team is the director of ZAO Sovkhoz im. Lenin” Pavel Grudinin.

– I would answer you with the words of Emperor Alexander III: “Russia’s best allies are the army and the navy,” Pavel Nikolayevich noted and continued. – You know, everyone has their own interests…

An American president once said that the United States does not have allies, it has interests. And friends, they say, no.

As for us, Russia… Our allies are those with whom we have common goals and values.

If we are fighting against hegemony and globalization, then our fellow travelers here are those who are moving with us in the same direction.

Who, like us, does not believe that the world should be unipolar.

But, at the same time, we must “take into account”: each state, each nation has its own national interests.

In no case should we forget about them, but at the same time take into account the interests of other allies.

But, in general, the country must be strong; in every way, then you will have many allies.

That they join the union not because they are weak and seek the support of the strong. And precisely because they are interested in solving common problems together.

And the main thing here is mutually beneficial cooperation.

And not for the benefit of a certain group of people there, but for the population to be free.

For this reason, I believe that our allies are those who, together with us, want to make life better for themselves and for our citizens, more peaceful, so that they can live in times of peace. I think so.

– Thank you!

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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