It is necessary to help Putin to break deadlock, - Baltic-Black Sea Forum's President

Source : 112 Ukraine

Russia experiences some ideological, moral and mental secession
16:17, 23 February 2018

The President of the Baltic-Black Sea Forum claimed that Vladimir Putin has no future as the president of Russia as well as the Kremlin regime. Gennady Burbulis claimed this at the IV Baltic-Black Sea Forum that takes place in Kyiv on February 23 as reported.

He also noted that Russia experiences some ideological, moral and mental secession.

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'It is a post-imperial syndrome; it is a mental disease, including the centenary social and cultural codes. It does not last forever, this disease passes but it is necessary to learn to objectively make a diagnosis. And my answer is that it is necessary to help Vladimir Putin to break the deadlock. Because every day it is clearer that there is no future for the Kremlin regime and the future president on the confrontation and military opposition', he noted.

Burbulis noted that the issue of such help is one of the super-tasks of the forum.

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'I am sure that we will see the public tendency for the search of this recovery so necessary and important today for Russia and all of us since March or April 19 after the inauguration'.

Today IV Baltic-Black Sea Forum 'Solidarity security of countries of the Baltic-Black Sea region as the consensus strategy for Big Europe' takes place in Kyiv. It is organized by the National Institute of Strategic Researches and International Center of Baltic-Black Sea Research and Consensus Practice.

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