MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin stated on Monday that it agreed with U.S. President on the necessity to construct a “new world order”, however that it disagreed that the US was able to constructing it.
In a name with reporters, Kremlin spokesman stated that the U.S. was speaking about an “American-centric” world order that might not exist in future.
The change was emblematic of a contest, enjoying out towards the background of the Ukraine and Gaza wars, through which Russia is attempting to influence creating nations to affix it in constructing a brand new world freed from U.S. “hegemony”.
In a speech on Friday, Biden stated the order that had labored nicely for 50 years after World Struggle Two had “kind of run out of steam” and a brand new one was wanted. He stated People had “a chance to do issues, if we’re daring sufficient and have sufficient confidence in ourselves, to unite the world in ways in which it by no means has been”.
Peskov stated Moscow was in uncommon settlement with Biden in regards to the want for a brand new order that, in his phrases, can be “free from the focus of all mechanisms of world governance within the arms of 1 state”.
However he stated Russia disagreed with Biden in regards to the capability of the US to construct such a system.
“On this half we disagree as a result of the US… it doesn’t matter what world order they discuss, they imply an American-centric world order, that’s, a world that revolves round the US. It will not be that manner any extra.”
(Reporting by Reuters; Enhancing by Gareth Jones)