Bypass Sanctions: Putin Forms "Economic USSR"

The Putin regime is doing everything possible to avoid the devastating effects of Western sanctions.

On the basis of the countries of the so-called CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organization. – Ed.), the Kremlin is trying to form its own economic zone and avoid the consequences of sanation restrictions.

The host of 1 + 1 Evgeny Plinsky spoke about this on the air of the Night Guard.

“On the territory of Armenia, Kazakhstan and Georgia, Russians register companies through which they will make purchases for further delivery to their territory,” the journalist says.

Only in Armenia, 113 new Russian IT companies are registered, employing 85,000 people.

“Putin is creating a new economic space around himself with the resource of the CSTO countries. He is forcing the economies of these states to work and work out the sanctions policy of the world against Russia,” Plinsky said.

Tymofiy Mylovanov, president of the Kyiv School of Economics, argues that Russia’s goal is to bring neighboring countries to a state of “pseudo-sovereignty.”

“This is when a country has the right to domestic policy, but does not have the resources to control foreign policy, the army and the apparatus to control the domestic policy of its state. Belarus is in such a state,” Milovanov explained.

For more information about the effectiveness of sanctions against Russia, see the full version of the broadcast of the program “Nichna Varta” on 1 + 1.

What is CSTO

The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) is a military-political organization, which includes Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan. The Kremlin is trying to show the CSTO as an alternative to NATO.

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