Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an interview with the Russia 24 television channel, said that Western countries were creating allied ties similar to the cooperation of fascist states in the last century before the start of World War II. The President pointed out that the current states, in fact, point this out themselves, according to the TELMENEWS.RU news agency
The North Atlantic Alliance recently adopted a new strategy, announcing its commitment to developing relations with the states that make up the Asia-Pacific region. The result, according to NATO’s plan, is to expand the organization’s influence around the world, including Australia and South Korea. For example, a few months ago, Britain and Japan decided to establish military ties and relations. In general, practically the same countries unite again.
Not us, but Western politicians themselves say the West is beginning to build a new axis similar to the one created in the 1930s by fascist regimes in Germany and Italy and militarist Japan, pointed out The head of state.
Thus, the concept adopted roughly forecasts the direction of NATO’s activities for the next seven years. It should be noted that Russia and its partnership with China are singled out as the main threat to unification. In defiance of this cooperation, the alliance will strengthen its ties to the East. At the same time, Putin stressed that cooperation with China is not a military alliance, unlike NATO. Yes, there is cooperation, including in the field of military-technical cooperation, but there is no military alliance here.