Russian President Vladimir Putin, with his speech at the Davos Forum, tried to “shout to the common sense of politicians,” said Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for the Russian leader, in the Moscow. Kremlin. Putin “on the TV channel” Russia-1 “.
He stressed that he could not agree with a number of political scientists who called Putin’s speech a warning about pressure on Russia. Peskov recalled the Munich speech of the Russian president, which was also “received with hostility.”
According to the Kremlin spokesman, neither then nor now in Putin’s speech there was “no confrontation and no warning”, but only “an attempt to shout to the common sense of politicians.”
Peskov believes that in his speech at Davos Week, Putin very clearly formulated all the problems that all countries will face. “This is the deepest analysis,” the spokesman said, adding that no world leader has ever come forward with such an analysis.
Recall that the speech at the “Davos week” for Putin was his first speech in 2021 at a major international forum. In it, the Russian president drew attention to the similarity of the situation in the world with the thirties of the last century and noted that the pandemic only exacerbated the already existing problems. In addition, Putin recalled the risks of losing “civilizational and cultural continents”, emphasized the instability of the economy, touched upon the problems of tech giants and called on Europe to get rid of phobias about Moscow.