On the sidelines of the AIPEC summit, Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Andrey Belousov signifies that the understanding that the world will face super financial shocks within the coming years is usually unanimous.

  • Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Andrey Belousov (EW NOW)

When the damaging developments amassed over time converge, within the subsequent few years, the worldwide economic system will witness a “good storm” Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Andrey Belousov mentioned on Saturday. 
 
The Asia-Pacific Financial Cooperation (APEC) summit is being held in Bangkok, Thailand, from November 18–19, and Belousov is serving as the top of the Russian delegation. The senior official indicated that worldwide commerce and funding had been on the summit’s agenda for Saturday.

It was “nearly unanimously” acknowledged by member states, in line with the official, that the world is about to enter a interval of super shocks, that are made worse by local weather woes and unresolved technical points.
 
“Now we’re solely starting to grasp the severity of the issues that the world is going through. The very fact is that the subsequent few years are a interval of an ideal storm, when damaging developments which have been accumulating for a very long time converge for a restricted time interval,” Belousov mentioned on the sidelines of the summit. 
 
Belousov additionally identified that discussions with representatives of the so-called unfriendly nations have proven that the world is starting to grasp that efforts to isolate Russia solely serve to exacerbate the issue.

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