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Medvedev’s Munich Speech Urges West to ‘End Confrontation’

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in a debate during a Munich Security Conference urged Western countries to finish quarrel with Russia and instead combine with a nation to forestall a new ‘cold war,’ a RIA Novosti news group reported Saturday.

“There is still no joined Europe, all universe economies uncover diseased growth. Conflicts fury in a Middle East and Northern Africa, we are in a center of a emigration collapse. Relations between a European Union and Russia are ruined,” Medvedev said, RIA Novosti reported.

Medvedev also described NATO’s attribute with Moscow as “closed” and hostile.

“Almost each day they call Russia a categorical hazard for NATO, Europe, a U.S. and other countries. It creates me consternation if we are in 2016 or in 1962,” he added.

Medvedev called sanctions on Russia ineffectual and unprofitable, adding that a sanctions will not have a preferred domestic effect.

The dispute in Ukraine needs to be regulated by a full doing of a Minsk agreements, a primary apportion said, RIA Novosti reported.

Medvedev’s debate also focused on a fact that a widespread of terrorism has turn a tellurian problem.

“Terrorism will turn a new form of universe war,” he said, adding that a universe needs to combine to quarrel terrorism.

“I consider that a Islamic State should appreciate my colleagues [heads of Western countries] that canceled partnership with Russia’s special services,” Medvedev said.

The Islamic State is a militant classification criminialized in Russia.

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