Putin delivered an eagerly awaited discourse delineating Russia’s position to the United Nations General Assembly on Monday. Here is an outline of what he said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin conveyed moderately few amazements at his UN General Assembly, in spite of what has been portrayed as a buildup with extra aid sent to Syria and data sharing in regards to the battle against ISIL likewise settled with Iran and Iraq. Be that as it may, it went in an unmistakable difference to US President Barack Obama’s UNGA discourse, with its ideological push and calls to end the tenet of leaders of certain sovereign states.
Albeit both the Russian and the US leaders basically secured the same subjects, their methodologies were almost perfect opposites. Here is the way that summed up on Putin’s end: