Putin: "Illegal sanctions call into question the essence of the international legal order"

Putin: “Illegal sanctions call into question the essence of the international legal order”

Russia will continue to support the rule of law, which is a prerequisite for building a just and multipolar world order, the Russian head of state said in an opening speech at the legal forum starting on Wednesday.

The 25th Saint Petersburg International Law Forum (SPBILF) kicked off on June 29 at the Expoform Exhibition Center, with Vladimir Putin emphasizing the importance of the rule of law in today’s speech.

“The application of illegal sanctions, violation of the basic principles of respect for the sovereignty of states and non-interference in their internal affairs, and the destruction of strategic stability treaties, not only harm relations between states and peoples, but also call into question the relations between states and peoples, the essence of the global legal system.” Putin noted.

Russia, as one of the world’s leading powers, maintains the rule of law unchanged. We consider this a prerequisite for building a just and multipolar world order based on a just interaction between the political sphere, security, the economy, science, culture and sport.”

The head of state expressed his hope that the forum would be identified by a high-level organization, and that the proposals it had put in place to address urgent issues related to the development and strengthening of international law would be sought. tast in the article.

He stressed that SPBILF has become an important and prestigious platform for professional discussions on legal history and its current development, and wished the participants fruitful discussions.

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