Russia fighting for fair, free path, it will never be “like before” in world — Putin


MOSCOW, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 30, 2022: Russia's President Vladimir speaks in the Grand Kremlin Palace during a signing ceremony for treaties on the accession of the Donetsk People's Republic, the Lugansk People's Republic, and the Kherson Region and Zaporizhzhia (Zaporozhye) Region of Ukraine to Russia. Referendums for joining Russia were held in the Lugansk People's Republic, the Donetsk People's Republic and the Kherson Region and Zaporizhzhia Region of Ukraine from 23 to 27 September 2022. With 100 percent of ballots counted, the majority of the voters have supported accession to Russia. In all the four territories, the vote has been declared valid. Mikhail Metzel/TASS

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Russia is fighting for its historical future and for a fair and free path now, so that dictatorship and despotism will be forever left behind in the past, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday at a ceremony of accession of four new regions to Russia.

“Nowadays we are fighting for a just and free path, first and foremost, for ourselves, for Russia. For diktat and despotism to be a thing of the past forever. I am convinced that countries and nations realize that the policy build on exceptionalism of whoever, on the suppression of other cultures and peoples, is inherently criminal and that we must turn this shameful page over,” the president said.

Putin pointed out that “the beginning of the collapse of Western hegemony is irreversible.”

“And I say again that it will never be like before. A battlefield which we have been summoned by fate and history is the battlefield for our people, for a great historical Russia,” the president added.

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