Europe would be safer if the West did not want to subjugate Russia: Kremlin

Europe would be safer if the West did not want to subjugate Russia: Kremlin

Moscow, February 12 (Sputnik) If the West hadn’t been obsessed with bending Russia to its will in the past, Europe would have been safer, more stable and predictable now, the doorman said. -word of the Kremlin Dmitry Peskov to Sputnik. Thursday marked 15 years since Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered his famous speech at the Munich security conference, in which he criticized US foreign policy and the idea of ​​a unipolar world order, said against NATO expansion and the deployment of US missile defense systems in Eastern Europe. “If the West had not been in this euphoria and the euphoria of a future opportunity to subjugate Russia, I think everything could have turned out differently. And Europe – our common home – would be more stable, more predictable and safer now,” Peskov said when asked if any opportunities had been lost in the time since the Munich speech. Responding to the question of whether the time has come for Putin to deliver a new speech and present Russia’s renewed views, the spokesperson said that the president “often speaks out on these issues”. “And I think it won’t be difficult for a good political scientist, analysts to put together various statements from the president and paint a picture of his worldview,” Peskov said. The Munich Security Conference was founded in 1963 as a meeting of representatives of the defense departments of NATO member countries. Today, it is an international discussion forum for politicians, diplomats, the military, businessmen, scientists and public figures from dozens of countries. The conference is traditionally held at the Hotel Bayerischer Hof in the historic center of the Bavarian capital. UNI/SPUTNIK MYK SY 1604