State Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin believes that the recent agreement on the TRANS-Pacific partnership contains Serious risks for the world.
"Serious risks to peace is fraught with the recent agreement on the TRANS-Pacific partnership of 12 countries. Indeed, immediately after its ratification by the parliaments of the "controlling" policy, where up to 40% of global GDP, will go to the United States. According to their President, the purpose of the partnership is to rules for the global economy, wrote Washington. All other with this will only accept. The agreement on the WTO, which connects more than 160 countries, will become secondary, " said Naryshkin, speaking at the 133rd Assembly of the inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU).
"Are you ready, Authorized peoples to such consequences? After all, the questions voters will ask the deputies. And remember a bitter experience of Ukraine, already standing on the brink of default. After all starting an Association with the EU Kiev regime immediately broke the previous integration commitments And historical ties, which caused a sharp increase in domestic conflicts, " also drew the attention of the head of the lower house of the Russian Parliament.
the Treaty establishing the TRANS-Pacific partnership (TPP) was reached on 5 October. It will created a free trade area in the Asia-Pacific region. The Pacific countries account for over 40% of the world economy And thirty percent of world trade. The parties to the Treaty - the U.S., Canada, Mexico in North America, Peru And Chile to the South, Japan, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore And Vietnam in Asia as well As Australia And New Zealand.
Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov later said that the position of the Russian capital on TTP will be formed after careful analysis to ensure that it meets the interests of Russia. At the same time he said about Vladimir Putin's speech at the session of the UN General Assembly in which he expressed concern about the creation of some closed structures, which will then be a substitute for the WTO And international trade rules.