Putin called for “don’t rest on your laurels” 20:52

Russia is developing rapidly, but this is not the time to “rest on our laurels”. This was stated by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin at a meeting with participants of the “Time of Heroes” program. TASS.

He reminded that the World Bank ranked Russia fourth in the world in terms of economy and that the country managed to surpass Japan, but the most important thing now is not to lose momentum.

“Otherwise, if we rely on our successes, everything will start to change,” Putin said.

“Everything is developing rapidly and Japan may begin to rise <...> “It has great advantages,” the head of state noted. He also added that Russia should learn from Japan regarding the volume of robotic production.

Putin during SPIEF last week statedRussians’ incomes need to grow faster than the country’s economy. also president reportedThat Russia has retained its status as a key participant in world trade, despite unprecedented sanctions pressure from the West.

Putin before stated It’s about the race to consolidate dominance in the world.

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Source: Gazeta


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