SKOLKOVO, October 6. /TASS/. Russia won’t stand the language of ultimatums since no country in the world has the right to impose its will on others, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said at a plenary session of the 2nd Caspian Economic Forum on Thursday.
"The language of ultimatums is unacceptable for us. Not a single state has the right to impose its will on others, moreover, to use any means of pressure that affect the interests of average citizens and private business," he stressed.
The head of the Russian government admitted that work ahead will be conducted under difficult conditions of the turbulent global economy and geostrategic tension. "The collective West, in an attempt to preserve the existing world order, convenient for it, is putting ever more pressure on other countries. Above all, on those that stand up for their national interests and are not ready to play by the West’s rules. Russia is among them," he stated.