The Growing Influence of Russia on the World Stage Is Becoming Obvious

Kremlin in Russia
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We have spoken about the need to keep a close eye on developments with regards to China and Russia, but the latter should be considered as the renaissance nation as we move towards the new paradigm. There continues to be talk in the alternative media that Putin and the Kremlin are somehow puppets for the western cabal and yet when challenged to explain how they come to this conclusion they continue to fail to provide any evidence. If anyone took time to study Russian history they would understand the struggle they have endured for the past two centuries and beyond to resist the cabal and their attempts to subjugate this nation and their people. Here are some of the initiatives, mentioned this week, which clearly demonstrates why Russia’s influence on a world stage is growing rapidly.

  1. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov and Iraqi Ambassador to Russia Ismail Mohsen discussed on Monday the crucial steps for effective and consolidated fight against Daesh militants, the Russian Foreign Ministry said
  2. South Korea and the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) are expected to embark on talks to discuss a free trade agreement (FTA) on October 5 at the level of deputy ministers
  3. Moscow and Ankara should cooperate even more closely to tackle issues related to the Middle East, Turkish Ambassador to Russia Umit Yardim said
  4. Japan is planning to discuss specific proposals on participation of its entrepreneurs in development of agriculture in Russia’s Far East
  5. Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter said that Switzerland would welcome a visit by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to the country in the near future
  6. Slovenian Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec will meet with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday to discuss Brexit and bilateral economic issues, Ambassador of Slovenia to the United Nations Andrej Logar said
  7. The Swiss and the Russian foreign ministers will discuss situations in Syria and Ukraine during a meeting at the UN General Assembly
  8. Pentagon’s Plan to Spy on Russia is a ‘Signal of a Decline in US Global Hegemony’
  9. Russia and Saudi Arabia will discuss the Syrian situation on the sidelines of the 71th UN General Assembly
  10. Russia will present over 20 of its regions at the Eighths International Fair of Chinese Investment (COIFair-2016) in Beijing in October, Director of Outbound Negotiation Office of China Overseas Development Association (CODA) He Zhenwei said
  11. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said that a high level visit to Russia is on Australia’s agenda
  12. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan discussed bilateral cooperation and the situation in Syria
  13. South Korean companies plan to invest 2.6 billion rubles ($40 million) in priority development areas (PDAs) in the Russian Far East and the Free Port of Vladivostok
  14. India has plans to sign a security agreement with Russia on expanding data sharing on terrorism and cybercrimes, local media reported
  15. Russia and Vietnam both want to expand use of the national currencies in bilateral trade and investment, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said
  16. Argentina plans to expand its relations with Russia, President of Argentina Mauricio Macri said on the sidelines of UN General Assembly in New York
  17. The Indra-2016 will take place from September 23 to October 2 in the Primorsky Territory, the Russian Eastern Military District’s Black Sea Fleet spokesman said
  18. The demand for Russia’s additional sovereign Eurobond issue has exceeded $6 billion, a source in the banking sector said
  19. Over 80% of US firms, operating in Russia, consider the country to be one of its strategic markets, a new research carried out by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Russia revealed
  20. Georgia’s Prime Minister said that Tbilisi is trying to normalize bilateral relations with Moscow so as it would be possible to carry out work
  21. The interest of German business to the investments in Russia remains in place, and greater cooperation and development is expected in this regard, the German and Russian economy ministers said on Thursday
  22. Indonesia is interested in purchasing Russia’s Beriev Be-200 amphibious aircraft, the deputy chief of Russia’s state arms exporter Rosobonexport said
  23. Russian Parliament’s Upper House Speaker Valentina Matvienko on Thursday proposed to sign inter-parliamentary agreement with the upper house of Malaysia’s parliament
  24. EU member states are seeking ways to suspend sanctions imposed on Moscow via Ukraine, US Vice President Joe Biden said
  25. Portuguese President would like to come to Russia and have Russian leader Vladimir Putin visit Portugal.
  26. Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida could visit Moscow in October, ahead of the planned visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Japan, Japanese media reported

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