One of the reasons of their dissatisfaction with the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in the West is that he did not allow foreign multinationals to cash in on the wealth of the country, the journalist said French online news mission of the Agora Vox.
Aggressive campaign against the President of the Russian Federation in a number of foreign media, in the opinion of the French journalist, due to the fact that the West is angered by the actions of the person who made the decision to withdraw Russia from the economic decline of the late twentieth century, RIA " Novosti." The West was planning a major predatory projects in post-Communist Russia and even started to implement them, But Vladimir Putin did not give them a stroke, " believes French magazine. It is this that explains the hysteria in the Western media." Politicians and the media in the West jointly manipulating information for the service of the economic interests of their sponsors, " - this conclusion comes a journalist. The main purpose of the accelerated privatization, which recommended that the world Bank and the IMF, he calls a sale for a pittance of oil and gas and mining transnational corporations that have taken place in developing countries. The President of Russia, writes Agora Vox, gradually revised contracts with Western companies, and the growth of energy prices in combination with measures to improve the economy allowed the country formerly period to pay the entire amount of the external debt." Putin is not perfect. It does have its drawbacks. However, this can be a quick recovery of the economy, " writes a French journalist, coming to the conclusion that this explains the high ratings policy within the country and discontent in the West. Relations between Russia and the West have deteriorated due to the situation in Ukraine. The EU and the US, the middle East and in Minsk agreements Between Kiev and the militia of Donbass about ceasefire imposed against Russia penalties against the financial, oil and defense industries. In response, Russia restricted imports of food items from countries that have imposed with respect to punishment, and among them from the EU. However, in March, Russia's envoy to the EU Vladimir Chizhov said that a critical attitude to sanctions against Russia from a number of members of the European Union increases. In addition, the media declared that Italy, Greece and Cyprus, as well as Spain, Austria, Hungary and Slovakia, whose leaders have visited in the capital of Russia May not support the extension of sanctions against Russia.