Putin on Russia's Enemies: "They Do Not Understand Who They Are Dealing With"

Written by Henrik Rothen

Mar.19 - 2024 10:54 PM CET

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During a meeting with the leaders of the State Duma factions, Putin said that Russia's enemies 'Do Not Understand Who They Are Dealing With'.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that Russia's opponents are achieving goals, but not the ones they set out to achieve, during a meeting with the leaders of the State Duma factions.

"What our enemy does, thinking to achieve a result, they do achieve a result, but it's directly opposite to what they expected. They do not understand who they are dealing with - Russia," emphasized the president according to Ria Novosti.

He added that Russia is a community of people pursuing common goals, regardless of ethnic and religious differences. According to Putin, the country shares a common culture that unites everyone.

"This is Very Important"

The re-elected head of state also called on faction leaders to join efforts for the country's interests.

He stressed the need to maximize efforts by updating approaches to solving tasks.

"This is very important. Something might not work out. But when our people see that all levels of government are working honestly, intensively, trying their best to solve people's issues and problems, they will forgive a lot and look upon many things nobly," the president noted.

Putin added that all the main goals for the Russia's development would be achieved through effective joint work.

He mentioned that there is still "a lot of nonsense and injustice" in the lives of Russians, so now is not the time to rest on laurels.

The president emphasized that Russia has managed to achieve results under challenging conditions of external pressure and there is every reason to believe that this will continue in the future.

"Then, without a doubt, all the main tasks and goals will be achieved," Putin concluded.

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