Russian President Vladimir Putin called on his country’s diplomats on Monday to be some-more active and useful to strengthen Russia’s inhabitant interests.
“We can't usually passively observe events and “keep a tighten watch” on them, as Foreign Ministry telegrams mostly put it,” Putin pronounced during a assembly with Russian ambassadors in Moscow.
“We should change a situations that directly impact Russia’s interests, act in advance, be prepared to any developments, even a many negative,” he said, adding that Russia’s tact should be “dynamic, constructive, useful and flexible.”
Moscow’s unfamiliar process has been and will sojourn independent, though will not slip into confrontation, Putin said.
“Russia’s unfamiliar process has always been and will sojourn self-sufficient and independent… it is consistent, unbroken and represents a singular purpose of a nation in universe affairs and civilization growth that has shaped over centuries,” he added.
“It has zero to do with isolationism or confrontation, and provides for formation into tellurian processes,” he said, adding that contemporary general family could not be called stable.
“The general village is still distant from formulating a foundations of a concept and indivisible confidence system,” he noted. “In word, everybody seems to be ancillary this, though in fact, a series of countries are perplexing to safeguard usually their possess security, forgetful that all is interlinked in a complicated world.”
Meanwhile, he said, many evident threats to general confidence – such as chief proliferation, terrorism, eremite extremism, drug trafficking and environmental problems – have a “universal character.”
He also reiterated Russia’s antithesis to attempts to levy uneven sanctions on some countries bypassing a United Nations Security Council.
“We will continue strongly fortifying a United Nations Charter as a basement of a complicated universe order, and we will continue to pull for everybody to ensue from a fact that usually a United Nations Security Council has a right to make decisions in cases requiring a use of force,” he said.