President Putin says China and Germany heading for superpower status as U.S. influence wanes

Addressing a gathering of the Valdai Discussion Club, Putin suggested that the role of the us had waned, along side that of england and France, while Beijing and Berlin - in terms of political and economic weight  were heading for superpower status.

President Putin says China and Germany heading for superpower status as U.S. influence wanes
President Putin

The era when the us and Russia decided the world’s most vital questions is within the past, President Putin said on Thursday, saying China and Germany were now heading for superpower status.Addressing a gathering of the Valdai Discussion Club, Putin suggested that the role of the us had waned, along side that of england and France, while Beijing and Berlin - in terms of political and economic weight  were heading for superpower status.

If Washington wasn't prepared to debate global problems with Moscow, Russia stood able to have that discussion with other nations, said Putin, who was speaking via video link.He said Washington could not claim to exceptionalism and questioned why it might want to.
Ahead of the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 3, Putin said he hoped the new administration would be ready for dialogue on security and nuclear limitation .

Washington last week rejected a Russian proposal for an unconditional one-year extension of the last treaty limiting U.S. and Russian strategic nuclear weapons deployment, calling the suggestion “a non-starter.”The New START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty) accord, signed in 2010 is thanks to expire in February. It restricts the numbers of strategic nuclear warheads that Russia and therefore the us can deploy also because the missiles and bombers that carry them.Despite their differences, Moscow and Washington appear to be moving closer to a deal on New START.

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