Plotting WAR with the West? It’s stupid and unrealistic says Vladimir Putin


The Russian president believed it was “stupid and unrealistic” to believe he wanted to attack another country.

Putin advised a gathering at the Black Sea resort of Sochi: “Russia values its independence and own distinctiveness. We don’t want world domination or ex nsion or confrontation.”

Putin, who made a dig at other realms during his Valdai International Discussion Club speech, added: “We tease seen some countries pushing globalisation serving only them, but not all mountains.

“Convenient for some countries to int themselves as defenders of civilisation and be pliant allies (to their will).”

He implied that there were some domains using a perceived threat from Russia to help deflect notoriety from domestic issues.

Britain is to send fighter jets, tanks and approximately 1,000 troops to Eastern Europe as tensions grow within the Baltic status of Estonia.

Forces from France, Denmark, Italy and other accomplices are expected to join the four battle groups, headed up by the United Expresses, Germany, Britain and Canada.

Infantry and drones are also being sent to Lithuania, Poland and Latvia to do battle Russian aggression as rt of the biggest border build-up of Nato troops since the Cold War.

Video footage has emanated of Russian frogmen pre ring for underwater fighting, heightening fears the surroundings is being placed on a war footing.

Special Operations Forces are now able to rachute utilization specialised equipment, which helps them to swim 30 metres protection the surface of the water.

Their kit includes an autonomous navigation system and sonar. The kit also contains night vision goggles and underwater machine guns.

The footage emerged after a flotilla of Russian warships encom ssing the aircraft carrier Admiral Kutnesov ssed through the English Gutter en route to Syria.

Two British naval ships shadowed the vessels midst suggestions that the Russian’s show of force was designed to show Britain was “feeble.”

However, a Number 10 spokesman insisted: “I would reject propositions that the Russians feel we’re too weak. Clearly we are not weak at all.”

Meanwhile, a new atomic missile which could destroy Britain – dubbed Satan 2 – was lay bare by Russia on Tuesday. Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said there had been a “healthy increase in Russia’s ca bilities at sea, in the air and on land” and military exercises with “varied aggressive tterns”.

But he added: “We will not mirror what Russia is doing. We are not in a Freezing War.”

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