Putin canceled 2012 decrees on relations with the United States and the territorial integrity of all countries
Vladimir Putin canceled his 2012 decree on Russia's foreign policy. This course assumed that Russia would move closer to the EU and the United States, respect the sovereignty of Moldova and the territorial integrity of all countries.
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin will cancel the force of one of his “May decrees” of 2012 – “O Putin signed a new decree “in order to ensure the national interests of the Russian Federation in connection with the profound changes taking place in international relations.”
This is reported by the Russian opposition resource Meduza.
< p> By his decision, Putin canceled many instructions that he gave to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other authorities of the Russian Federation in 2012. In particular, the decree of 11 years ago contained the “consistent implementation” of the Treaty on the Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms from the United States. It should be added that on February 21 During his message to the Federal Assembly, Vladimir Putin has already announced that Russia will suspend participation in this treaty.
The new decree of the head of the Kremlin cancels other provisions of the foreign policy of R Russia, defined in 2012, in particular:
Recall that on February 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered his annual address to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation. The Kremlin dictator voiced the main theses of the propaganda of the Russian Federation: he accused Ukraine and the West of starting the war and threatened the world with a global conflict. In addition, he announced the termination of Russia's participation in the Treaty on the Reduction of Strategic Offensive Arms and announced the preparation of nuclear tests.
TSN.ua collected the main theses of Putin's speech.