With President Putin’s speech at the opening ceremony of the Army-2022 International Military-Technical Forum in Russia, many have been thrown into oblivion as to how far President Putin is willing to go in forming a strong military organization that will counter NATO.
President Putin assumed Russia is open to and ready to help any interested countries to create a new model of weapons and equipment.
With Russia known as the second strongest military force in the world, trailing behind the United States, the ability of Russia to develop modern warfare and sophisticated weapons, including nuclear weapons, has made it a force to contend with militarily.
With isolation from the West, President Putin is ready to extend military support to any willing countries to solidify mutual ties with them, and also help them create a new model of weapons.
While the US and her western allies continued to maintain the secret behind their military technological advancement, President Putin is seemly desperate to share the knowledge with intending countries using forging cooperation with them.
With President Putin accusing the US of not respecting the internal sovereignty and histories of countries, he said, Russia and her people are on different pages as they emphasize the historical value, and provide strong and friendly ties with continents of the world.
President Putin, seeking to end Western hegemony, continued to seek support from other sources, bringing him into close contact with China, North Korea, the African continent, and other countries around the world.
Russian FM, Sergey Lavrov’s visit to Africa last month was a plan in seeking support for their country, where Lavrov visited some African countries and assured them of Russia’s continuous support for them.
After Lavrov’s visit, US Secretary of States Anthony Blinken in response also visited Africa in seeing continuous mutual ties between the US and the African continent.
After throwing the door of friendship opened, President Putin is also willing to share military ties with countries on the same page with them, evidence which is glaring in the exchange of letters between President Putin and President Kim.
President Putin also reiterated that Russia is and will be willing to train more foreign forces through joint military exercises with the Russian military to learn about modern military tactics in combating terrorism and harsh military threat.