Medvedev: The countries of Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East seek independence Medvedev: The countries of Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East seek independence

Medvedev: The countries of Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East seek independence

Medvedev: The countries of Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East seek independence

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said that all major countries in the Asia-Pacific region, South Asia, Africa and the Middle East seek independence and reliance on their capabilities.

Medvedev talks about the deterioration of the ruling circles in Europe
 “An increasing number of countries in the Asia-Pacific region, South Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East are striving to defend their independence in all areas, including ... This is at the level of political cooperation, and following a practical and independent path.”

Medvedev pointed out that the mission of political parties in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations is to actually contribute to the formation of a multipolar world.


Stoltenberg announces the signing of a contract worth $1.2 billion to purchase hundreds of thousands of artillery shells

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced that the alliance signed a contract today, Tuesday, worth $1.2 billion to purchase 155 mm artillery shells to bolster its stocks and support Ukraine.

"We have now concluded a contract to purchase 155 mm artillery shells worth $1.2 billion, which will allow NATO to protect its members and continue to support Ukraine," Stoltenberg told reporters.

For her part, Director General of the NATO Support and Procurement Agency, Stacey Cummings, explained that NATO member states will receive the missiles within 24-36 months.

Russia does not pose a threat to NATO members

On the other hand, the Secretary-General of NATO confirmed that the alliance does not currently see a direct threat from Russia against any of its allies and said: “We do not see any direct or indirect threat against any of our allies. We are closely following Russia’s actions and strengthening our vigilance and presence on the eastern side of the alliance. But the goal is precisely to prevent any attack on any of our allies.”

Stoltenberg announced last November that a Russian victory over Ukraine poses a threat to the alliance, and will make it more fragile and vulnerable to risks, and that this will not be a tragedy for Kiev alone.
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