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Russia’s neighbors should not escalate tensions

President Vladimir Putin has stated that Russia “has no bad intentions” towards its neighbors and that Moscow’s international partners should cooperate again after Western countries imposed sanctions and cut all ties with Russian companies. financial times.

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The Russian president said countries should not escalate the situation and not impose any restrictions.

We do not see the need for the situation to worsen or for our relations to deteriorate further

Putin said.

All our actions are always a reaction to unfriendly actions against Russia

he added. He also said that Russia sees the loss of global companies as severing ties with Moscow.

If someone does not want to cooperate (…) it will hurt you, but of course it will also hurt us

Putin said. The Russian president also said that a number of commercial projects in the country will need to be developed in new areas such as aviation.

“Actually, there are benefits only at the end because, as I said, we gain additional skills.

“We can perform such tasks,” Putin said.

He may also face a fifteen-year prison sentence for spreading false news about the Russian military

The law also allows for fines to be imposed on those who publish false information.

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