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West tries to dictate rules in defiance of new emerging world order — Mishustin

It was stressed that the collective West continues to try to impose its own rules

MOSCOW, November 1. /TASS/. The West is trying to dictate its own rules, although a fairer world order is already taking shape, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said at a meeting of the Council of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Heads of Government on Tuesday.

He stressed that the meeting was taking place in adverse conditions.

"Fundamental transformations in world politics and the economy are accelerating. A fairer world order is being formed," Mishustin said.

"Contrary to these global trends, the collective West continues to try to impose its own rules. Unlawful sanctions, interference in the internal affairs of sovereign states, blackmail and provocations are being used. All this negatively affects the architecture of global security and economic stability. There is a slowdown in global economic growth. Volatility in the energy, commodity, commodity, food and financial markets is observed," Mishustin noted.

In this regard, he recalled Russian President Vladimir Putin’s statement that the SCO continued to develop steadily and increase its role in solving international and regional problems and in maintaining peace, security and stability throughout the vast Eurasian space.