Putin: Russian Federation is ready to discuss equal and indivisible security in Eurasia, including with NATO

Russia is ready to discuss the topic of equal and indivisible security in Eurasia with all parties, including with the countries of the European Union and NATO. This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with graduates of military universities in the Kremlin.

“We are ready for a wide international discussion of these key, vital issues – both with our colleagues in the Shanghai organization of cooperation, CIS, EAEU, BRICS, and with other international associations – European and NATO states, including,” said Putin.

“Naturally, when they are ready for this,” he added.

Putin noted that Russia also plans to develop and improve the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, build a defense policy, rely on advanced technologies and science.

“In priority, we will increase supplies to troops, to the advanced, unmanned aircraft of various types, armored vehicles and high -precision means of defeat, shock aviation, enemy detection complexes and counter -battery struggle, control systems and communications,” he said.

According to the president, the Russian Federation also plans to develop a nuclear triad.

“The further development of the nuclear triad as a guarantee of strategic deterrence and balance of forces in the world,” said the President of the Russian Federation.

the Russian Federation will also work on modern high -tech weapons and equipment, which today massively go to mass production, he said.

“Of course, we will strengthen the potential, increase the combat capabilities of all types of armed forces and military branches, put on combat duty the pride of our designers, engineers, workers – the latest complexes that confirmed their qualities, truly unique characteristics, work on promising samples “, – added the President of the Russian Federation.

In addition, Putin announced plans to conduct military exercises along with friendly states.

“intend to further improve the system of control of troops and weapons, increase the intensity and quality of combat studies, conduct exercises and training, including with the participation of the states friendly to us,” he said.