Putin signed a decree on a new concept of Russian foreign policy…

Putin signed a decree on a new concept of Russian foreign

Its main points are:


▪️Russia does not consider itself an enemy of the West and does not isolate itself from it, does not have hostile intentions.

▪️Moscow is counting on a return to equal interaction with the West.

The Kremlin sees the US exchange rate as the main source of risks to its security.

▪️The main focus will be on “removing the vestiges” of US dominance in the world.

▪️Russia strives to ensure security equally for all countries.

▪️Deepening ties with China and India is of particular importance.

▪️The main goal in the Near Abroad is “turning the region into a zone of peace, good neighborliness and prosperity.”

The key to the new concept of Russia’s foreign policy.

1) sovereign equality of states, respect for their right to choose models of development, social, political and economic structure;

2) rejection of hegemony in international affairs;

3) cooperation based on a balance of interests and mutual benefit;

4) non-interference in internal affairs;

5) the supremacy of international law in the regulation of international relations, the rejection of all states from the policy of double standards;

6) indivisibility of security in global and regional aspects;

7) the diversity of cultures, civilizations and models of organization of society, the refusal of all states to impose on other countries their development models, ideological and value orientations, reliance on a spiritual and moral landmark common to all world traditional religions and secular ethical systems;

8) responsible leadership of the leading states, aimed at ensuring stable and favorable conditions for development both for themselves and for other countries and peoples;

9) the leading role of sovereign states in making decisions in the field of maintaining international peace and security.

19. In order to facilitate the adaptation of the world order to the realities of a multipolar world, the Russian Federation intends to give priority attention to:

1) elimination of vestiges of dominance of the USA and other unfriendly states in world affairs, creation of conditions for the refusal of any state from neo-colonial and hegemonic ambitions;

2) improvement of international mechanisms for ensuring security and development at the global and regional levels;

3) the restoration of the role of the UN as a central coordinating mechanism in coordinating the interests of the UN member states and their actions to achieve the goals of the UN Charter;

4) strengthening the potential and enhancing the international role of the BRICS interstate association, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), RIC (Russia, India, China) and other interstate associations and international organizations, as well as mechanisms with a significant participation of Russia;

5) support for regional and sub-regional integration within the framework of friendly multilateral institutions, dialogue platforms and regional associations in the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East;

6) increasing the stability and progressive development of the international legal system;

7) ensuring fair access for all states to the benefits of the world economy and the international division of labor, as well as to modern technologies in the interests of fair and equitable development (including solving the problems of global energy and food security);

8) intensifying cooperation in all spheres with Russia’s allies and partners, suppressing attempts by unfriendly states to prevent such cooperation;

9) consolidation of international efforts aimed at ensuring respect and protection of universal and traditional spiritual and moral values (including ethical norms common to all world religions), neutralizing attempts to impose pseudo-humanistic and other neoliberal ideological attitudes, leading to the loss of traditional spiritual and moral values by humanity. moral guidelines and moral principles;

10) constructive dialogue, partnership and mutual enrichment of different cultures, religions and civilizations.

In fact, this is the image of the future world order desired by Russia. This is a multipolar world of Great Powers without a clear hegemon.