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Sergey Zheleznyak: “UK support for the idea of a meeting of heads of state of the UN Security Council’s permanent members is a positive signal”

“The support from the UK on the idea of ​​President of Russia Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin about a meeting of the heads of state of the permanent members of the UN Security Council to discuss international peace and security is a positive signal.” This opinion was expressed by a member of the State Duma committee on international affairs, Sergey Zheleznyak.

According to the politician: “The initiative of the Russian leader to the countries – permanent members of the UN Security Council to get together for a meeting on key security issues – has become yet another proof of Russia’s desire to maintain peace and develop cooperation between peoples. Turbulence in the commodity and foreign exchange markets of the world, the complication of the situation in the Middle East region and the coronavirus pandemic, which has covered almost all countries, require the joining of the efforts of the world community. It is high time the UN Security Council member countries enter into an open dialogue in order to jointly work out a strategy for maintaining global stability. Russia demonstrates its readiness to act as a center for joining forces to reach agreement, calling for abandoning momentary ambitions, overcoming the crisis of mistrust between countries.”

“After Beijing, Paris and London, Washington has the floor, the elites of which have recently been most focused on the internal political struggle and attempts to prevent Trump from being re-elected to the post of head of the White House. It is possible that London’s readiness to support the idea of ​​the Russian leader will be one of the decisive factors for President Trump, who clearly waited for the rest of the leaders of the UN Security Council member states to express their opinion on this. It should be understood that for Tramp any positive reaction towards Russia is now a rather dangerous step, which must certainly be followed by another wave of reproaches from his opponents, who are constantly looking for his connection with Moscow.”

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