MINSK, 6 May (BelTA) – The conflict in Ukraine is part of a global battle to reshape the world, Chairman of the Standing Commission on International Affairs of the House of Representatives Andrei Savinykh told the ONT TV channel, BelTA informs.
“The conflict in Ukraine is part of a global battle to reformat the world, to carry out the transition to macro-regions. This conflict was started by inclusive capitalists against those who said ‘no' to their system. And they realized that they might not be able to win, to impose this new model throughout the world. In this case they would have to settle for one or two macro-regions, but they seek to create as many gray zones as possible. These zones will plunge into chaos and disorder and national states inside them will be destroyed. This is needed to suck out material and human resources from these zones,” he said.
The MP noted that today the world is at a crossroads, and it is still impossible to say for sure what its future architecture will be like. “Either we will be pushed to neo-globalism, inclusive capitalism, which we do not want, or we will embrace an alternative scenario, which is the world of macro-regions, the multi-polar world that we want to build,” Andrei Savinykh emphasized.
In his opinion, the future of the world will be decided during conflicts, through the definition of new zones of influence, through the desire of unions of states to defend their right to live and to retain their values. “It will go through a huge number of local conflicts, an all-out economic war and through a completely unrestrained information warfare. This has already begun,” the politician stated.