Russian Federation’s relations with the former USSR states is a priority in foreign policy, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin said at a briefing video conference with the permanent members of the Security Council on August 7.
Speaking about the current global situation, Vladimir Putin suggested that this discussion should be “focused on the situation in the post-Soviet countries.”
“These are our closest neighbors, our allies usually. We share many interests, both economic and political. And this is certainly one of our foreign policy priorities,” Putin stressed.
Also, the Russian president plans to discuss at the Russian Security Council further steps to provide aid to Lebanon after the explosion in Beirut.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency