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Putin: 'Impossible' to Isolate Russia, Moscow Will Turn to Middle East

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Russian President Vladimir Putin takes part in a ceremony to open five Russian-language secondary schools in Tajikistan with the participation of Tajik President via a video conference, during his visit to Kaliningrad on Sept. 1. (Gavriil Grigorov/Getty Images)

Wednesday, 07 September 2022 06:42 AM EDT

Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be "impossible" to isolate Russia and that Moscow would defy the West's attempts to push Russia off the global stage.

Speaking at an economic forum in the eastern city of Vladivostok, Putin said Russia saw more opportunities in entering markets in the Middle East and Iran, following the imposition of sweeping Western sanctions in response to Russia's military campaign in Ukraine.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said it would be "impossible" to isolate Russia and that Moscow would defy the West's attempts to push Russia off the global stage.
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