The political forces of the country are consolidated in the main thing: in the pursuit of the well-being and security of the country, the Russian leader is confident.
“On the issue of protecting Russia, we must all unite, coordinate our duties and our rights to uphold a supreme historical right: Russia’s right to be strong,” the head of state stressed.
He recalled that “Russia is an open country and at the same time an original civilization.” At the same time, Putin assured that there is no claim to exclusivity and superiority in this. “But this civilization is ours, that’s the main thing. It was passed down to us by our ancestors, and we must preserve it for our descendants and pass it on,” the president said.
He trusts that the future of the country depends on how he faces today’s challenges. In this sense, according to him, the important thing is not to adapt to current conditions, but to fulfill the strategic task of taking the economy to new frontiers. The head of state emphasized that the Russian authorities know what needs to be done for safe sovereign development, despite external pressures and threats.