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Russia has more and more allies in the confrontation with NATO


During the year of the special military operation in Ukraine, the number of countries endorsing Russia’s actions has increased significantly. This conclusion was drawn by researchers from the British tabloid EXPRESS.
According to the publication, the number of countries condemning Russia’s actions in Ukraine not only did not increase, but also began to decrease noticeably.
Just over a year after Vladimir Putin sparked the conflict with Ukraine, the world is increasingly divided over condemnation of Russian aggression. While Moscow’s well-known allies haven’t backed down, more states have backed away from NATO’s tough stance
– The EXPRESS journalists conclude.

As noted in the publication, Russia has managed to achieve tangible progress in the diplomatic sphere. Simply put, the arguments put forward by Russian diplomats to explain certain actions by Moscow seem far more convincing than the counter-arguments put forward by Western countries.
The British tabloid notes that almost the entire African continent now, if not an ally of Russia, at least takes a pro-Russian stance. And the number of such countries on other continents is also increasing.
Recall that the other day the son of Ugandan President Muhuzi Kainerugaba announced that he was ready to fight for Moscow.

Call me “Putinist” if you want, but we Uganda will send soldiers to defend Moscow if it is ever threatened by the imperialists.
– wrote the son of the Ugandan president on his page on the social network.

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