January 28th – Russian President Putin participated in the World Economic Forum’s “Davos Agenda” on the 27th and delivered a video speech saying that the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated global tensions and is now like the 1930s before World War II.
According to CNBC and Business Insider, Putin mentioned in his speech that the coronavirus “pandemic” has exacerbated existing tensions in the international community, and the world may be involved in the conflict of “everyone against everyone”.
“International institutions are weakening, regional conflicts are intensifying, and the global security system is getting worse. “Then.”
Putin also compared the current situation to the 1920s and 1930s, “In the inability to solve problems led to the catastrophic World War II in the 20th century.
Of course, such a fierce conflict cannot happen today, and I hope it is impossible in principle, because [once it happens] will mean the end of civilization.”