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Russia: "So-called Cold War winners set out to reshape world in own ideas" - Putin00:53

Russia: "So-called Cold War winners set out to reshape world in own ideas" - Putin

Russian Federation, Sochi
October 24, 2014 at 03:03 GMT +00:00 · Published

Although Cold War has ended, it didn't conclude in peace, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the 11th annual Valdai International Discussion Club meeting in Sochi, Friday.

Putin noted that the "so-called winners" of the Cold War are now trying to stretch the consequences of Cold War by trying to impose their interests on the entire world, adding that even international relations are being declared outdated if necessary.

Meeting under the title "The World Order: New Rules or No Rules?", this year's meeting brings together some 108 experts and analysts from both Russia and across the globe. First Vice-Premier Igor Shuvalov is also attending Friday's meeting.

Russia: "So-called Cold War winners set out to reshape world in own ideas" - Putin00:53
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Although Cold War has ended, it didn't conclude in peace, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the 11th annual Valdai International Discussion Club meeting in Sochi, Friday.

Putin noted that the "so-called winners" of the Cold War are now trying to stretch the consequences of Cold War by trying to impose their interests on the entire world, adding that even international relations are being declared outdated if necessary.

Meeting under the title "The World Order: New Rules or No Rules?", this year's meeting brings together some 108 experts and analysts from both Russia and across the globe. First Vice-Premier Igor Shuvalov is also attending Friday's meeting.