Forum in Support of the Fight against Modern Practices of Colonialism.


In the city of Moscow, from February 15 to 17, the Forum in Support of the Fight against Modern Practices of Colonialism for the Freedom of Nations was held, organized by the United Russia Party, in which representatives and activists from more from 70 countries in the world.

In this regard, it was up to the president of the United Russia Party, Dmitry Medvedev, to inaugurate the debate, who called to continue maintaining the fight against the actions of the Collective West, which do not hide the intention of subjecting the international community to their interests.

He highlighted that the global majority is determined to confront them and preserve their right to self-determination and sovereignty of peoples.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a message to forum participants: "Neocolonialism is a shame and a shameful legacy of an era that remained for many centuries plundering and exploiting the peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America. ".

The president of the Eurasian country added that the behavior of the West today clearly demonstrates its aggressive tendency within the framework of neocolonialism, specifically in its attempts to exert economic pressure on other countries to take away their sovereignty and impose Western values ​​on them.

He noted that such a policy has become one of the main destabilizing factors in international relations and an obstacle to the development of all humanity.

Putin explained that Russia has done a lot to undermine the foundations of the colonial system, support national liberation movements and provide assistance to independent countries to ensure security, develop the economy and solve social and humanitarian problems.

Likewise, he emphasized his country's willingness to join forces in the fight for true freedom, justice and progress of all countries and peoples to form a pluralistic and democratic world order.

For his part, the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergei Lavrov, stressed that the system of exploitation represented by neocolonial practices cannot be justified and that a constructive alternative is the formation of a more just and sustainable multipolar system of international relations on the basis of the Charter of the United Nations and the principle of sovereign equality among States.

400 representatives of political parties from more than fifty countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Europe and the CIS countries participated in the event.