Moscow meeting of Russian Friends and Ambassador Erkhov’s last days in Ankara!

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Moscow meeting of Russian Friends and Ambassador Erkhov's last days in Ankara!

Turkey is a different and interesting country. The pro-American, pro-British Mandaeans are cherished. This is certainly not a sentence that is designed to mean that other buffaloes should be cherished. They are the ones who eat the cream of Turkey.

If a patriot were to say “Turkey’s national interests require it to ally with the Russian Federation in the Eurasian geography”, he would be in trouble. This must be why the poet says “you are a stranger in your own land and a pariah in your own homeland”. To cut to the chase, being a friend of Russia and being a mandate holder are not the same thing.

One of the main goals of the International Friends of Russia, or Rusophile Movement as it is known in Russian public opinion, is to combat the growing Russophobia in the world. The movement is also supported by the Russian Orthodox Church. The fact that the first meeting was attended by Archbishop Nikolai Lischenyuk of the Moscow Patriarchate’s Department for External Church Relations lends support to this claim. The key role in the emergence of the movement belongs to Konstantin Malofeev, President of the Tsargrad Association, and Bulgarian historian, activist and political actor Nikolai Malinov.

Second Congress of the International Russophile Movement

Launched on March 14, 2023 with its first meeting in Moscow, the International Movement of Russophiles, the international movement of Russophiles, which includes representatives from forty-two countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, held its last meeting in Moscow from February 25 to 28.

As Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov himself stated in his address to the Congress, delegates and guests from more than 130 countries, including the Turkish delegation, attended the II Congress. The official spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova and many officials and dignitaries from around the world attended the Congress on the first day.

Moscow hosted the Second Congress of the International Pro-Russian Movement and the Multipolarity Forum, bringing together around 350 representatives from 130 countries in Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin America and North America. Opening the event, Maria Zakharova, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, underlined the inevitability of the transition to a new world order.

“Growing national awareness and cultural diversity, as well as structural changes in the global economy, including the integration of artificial intelligence, communications, energy, biological and nanotechnologies, are accelerating the redistribution of development potential towards emerging economic power centers,” Zakharova said.

Nikolai Malinov was re-elected president of Rusophilia

On the first day of the Mouvement International Russophıle Forum, delegations from different countries made evaluations on the future of the movement. Konstantin Valeryevich Malofeevis is the founding president of Mouvement International Russophıle’s association Çargrad, which means “the city of the Tsar”, the name Russians gave to Istanbul in the 19th century, founded two years ago in Moscow. The aim of the association is to ‘preserve Russian traditions and revive the imperial spirit’.

Among its members are Russian politician Yevgeny Savchenko and journalist Alexander Dugin. These modern tsarists, however, are not aware that the Turkish Communist poet Nazim Hikmet, who died in Moscow on June 3, 1963 and was buried in Novodevichi Cemetery in the Soviet Union;

“…God has fulfilled your greatest supplication
He prayed the Asr prayer in Hagia Sophia!

Istanbul has been Turkish property since that day,
If it belongs to someone else, Istanbul must be destroyed!”

The delegates not only pointed out the meaninglessness and dysfunctionality of having a Russian from Russia as the head of the Russophile movement. In September 2011, he was awarded the “Alexander Pushkin” medal by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev for his active position and efforts in the preservation and protection of hundreds of monuments and monument signs of Russian-Bulgarian friendship in Bulgaria, and on May 13, 2019, he was awarded the “Alexander Pushkin” medal by Russian President Vladimir Putin for his achievements in strengthening friendship and cooperation between nations, Nikolai Malinov, a 55-year-old Bulgarian historian and politician, who was awarded the Order of Friendship for his fruitful work for the rapprochement and mutual enrichment of the cultures of nations and peoples, would be a good candidate for the post of President.

In addition, independent secular and realpolitik news outlets stated that it was not a coincidence that shortly before the Rusophil Congress, Konstantin Valeryevich Malofeev, the one-time employer of Mizulina Ekaterina Mikhailovna, who had been featured in the London and Kiev media as the new lover of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, announced his intention to run for the presidency of the Rusophil Movement, and that he wanted to give the impression that the Kremlin was behind him.

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-Konstantin Malofeev and Sergey Lavrov
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GRU Albayı Konstantin Aleksandrovich Pikalov

In the end, wisdom prevailed and the elections for the Presidency of the Movement were held with a single list. 55-year-old Bulgarian historian and politician Nikolai Malinov was elected president and Konstantin Valeryevich Malofeev, Vice President of the World Russian People’s Council, was elected vice-president.

Earlier, some Western media outlets had claimed that Konstantin Valeryevich Malofeev’s real name was Konstantin Aleksandrovich Pikalov, born on July 23, 1968, and that both names belonged to the same person.

However, according to these articles, Konstantin Valeryevich Malofeev, or Konstantin Aleksandrovich Pikalov, aka GRU Colonel Konstantin Aleksandrovich Pikalov, has been everywhere in the world.

The fact that the allegations are originating from the Netherlands and the UK shows for what purpose. For them, anyone who does not serve, oppose and submit to global imperialism is a terrorist. No way… Do they think we are stupid or what?

This is how these westerners are. They make a Russian patriot who is working hard to repel global imperialism regardless of his own actions look like Megatron from Transformers or the Joker from Batman in order to defame him. Down with their justice!

The Mouvement International Russophile Forum discussed the multipolar world order, the dialogue between cultures and civilizations, the preservation of traditional values, opposition to Western hegemony, the cancellation of national culture, and the destruction of the institution of the family, which is persistently promoted by globalists.

Why is the election of Nikolai Malinov important?

Nikolai Malinov is an anti-US political activist. He is a Bulgarian politician who was accused of spying for Russia in Bulgaria, a member of NATO and the European Union, and sanctioned by the United States. He literally paid the price. Imagine that Malinov was not allowed to travel to Russia in 2019 to receive the Medal of Friendship from Putin in person. He was accused of bribing a Bulgarian judge in order to receive the Order of Friendship.

Last year, he was elected president of the International Movement of Pro-Russians (MDR), which is supported by the Russian Foreign Ministry and includes members from 40 countries. In the April 2, 2023 elections, Malinov was the candidate of the Neutral Bulgaria coalition, of which the pro-Russian National Movement group is a member.

Westerners cannot understand how he was allowed to travel to Moscow again despite being banned from traveling abroad. However, if they had gathered their spiritualist crew and asked the spirituality of the late Süleyman Demirel for the secret of this, they would have gotten the answer, “In democracies, there is no exhaustion of remedies”.

The Mouvement International Russophile Forum, chaired by Nikolai Malinov, a Bulgarian politician and citizen of NATO and EU member Bulgaria, undertook a historic mission and succeeded in stopping Western countries’ attempts to ban cooperation with Russia. As a result, the policy of isolation of the Russian Federation has completely collapsed.

The Mouvement International Russophile Forum has not only been sincerely interested in impartial, comprehensive and honest assessments of the causes of the current geopolitical tensions, but has also at the very least, counteracted the disinformation produced by the Western-controlled mass media collective.

Historic message from Putin!…

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday, February 27, that the International Pro-Russian Movement has significantly contributed to countering Western efforts to isolate Moscow.

“The pro-Russian movement makes an important contribution to countering the collective West’s attempts to subject Russia to international isolation, helps disseminate objective and reliable information about our country abroad, and exposes anti-Russian fabrications and propaganda myths,” Putin said.

“Your Forum has gathered hundreds of delegates from more than 130 countries from all continents,” President of the Russian Federation Putin said in a message sent through Foreign Minister Lavrov to the participating guests of the International Pro-Russian Movement. This broad representation clearly shows that the international pro-Russian popular movement is growing confidently and gaining new supporters.

The pro-Russian Movement significantly contributes to countering the collective Western attempts to isolate Russia at the international level and helps disseminate objective and reliable information about our country abroad, as well as helps to dispel anti-Russian speculations and myths created by propaganda.

The movement’s noble activities help preserve and strengthen the traditions of friendship and mutual respect that bind Russians to other nations; they help unite the Russian world, promote our national culture and achievements, and expand our human presence in the world.”

Foreign Minister Lavrov emphasized the importance of strengthening international ties for Russia

Addressing delegates and guests in Moscow on the second day of the Rusophilia Congress, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, “Russia remains committed to being a friendly and open nation pursuing an independent, pragmatic and peace-loving foreign policy based on the principles of the UN Charter.”

“The current chairmanships of BRICS and the Commonwealth of Independent States, as well as our active participation in the EAEU, SCO, G20 and other multilateral forums demonstrate our commitment to this goal. In addition, we are actively developing close relations with regional integration associations.”

Impressions, opinions…

From the point of view of Rusophilia, the Russian Federation will continue to develop as a friendly country open to the world and pursue an independent, pragmatic and peaceful foreign policy.

Russia and its friends will continue to take into account such fundamental principles as respect, the sovereign equality of states and non-interference in their internal affairs, as well as promote the democratization of international life, its development entirely according to the principles of the UN Charter and the interconnection of principles that the West categorically does not want to do.

Active, creative work in the current BRICS and CIS presidencies, EAEU, SCO, G20 and many other multilateral formats is aimed at solving these important tasks and strengthening fair principles in international relations.

As Chang Weiwei, one of the Chinese Communist Party’s leading experts on international relations, has pointed out, the unipolar world order is outdated. Unipolarity is not only immoral and unjust, it is also unwarranted. It will inevitably change as China, Russia and the BRICS strengthen their position on the global stage and attract new members from the Global South and East.

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It is noteworthy that Prince Alexander Alexandrovich Trubetskoy, one of the leaders and theoreticians of the Eurasianist movement that emerged in Europe immediately after the Bolshevik Revolution, and the grandson of Prince Nikolai Sergeyevich Trubetzkoy, President of the Russian Imperial Guard Memorial Association in France, attended the meeting. This participation shows the cooperation between France and Russia more clearly.

Let us recall that Prince Alexander Alexandrovich Trubetskoy is a representative of one of the most famous Russian families, born in 1947 in Paris in a family of immigrants. He lives in France, but his whole life is connected with Russia.

Executive President of the Franco-Russian Dialogue Association. Member of the Board of Directors of OJSC Svyazinvest. This means that he represents both the Russian lobby in France and the French lobby in Russia. Perhaps this man is the architect of Macron’s ambivalent policies towards Russia that make one say “neither shish nor kebab”.

Turkish delegation in Moscow or the world will sink without Tatars!…

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The Turkish delegation headed by Unver Sel, President of the KTDF, President of the Crimean Development Foundation, President of the International Friends of Crimea Association and Founding Member of the International Russophile Movement, included Prof. Dr. Saynur Giray Derman, Lecturer at Marmara University, Political Science and International Relations Expert, and Ilber Vasfi Sel, International Relations and Russia Expert, Secretary General of the Crimean Development Foundation,

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International Friends of Crimea Association Board Member and lawyer Hüdai Sadık Ekinci and activist businessman Özgür Yanık, Retired Air Staff Colonel İhsan Sefa, Prof. Dr. Ali Murat Özdemir and Prof. Dr. Erdem İlker Mutlu from Hacettepe University Faculty of Law.

In his speech, Ünver Sel, who attended the meeting representing Turkey, stated that the referendum in Crimea, which shattered the post-Cold War order, challenged the US-centered system and changed geopolitical norms on a global scale, and that in this process, in which the “Multipolar World Order” debate continues today, Crimea undoubtedly served as a catalyst for the emergence of the new system and reshaped the balance of power among major actors.

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He also said that the “unipolar world” dominated by the United States before 2004 was beginning to weaken and that the rise of global powers such as Russia, China and India, as well as regional powers such as Turkey and Iran, were challenging American hegemony and signaling the transition towards a multipolar system.

The Turkish delegation has arrived from Moscow, the Russian Ambassador is on his way to Moscow!…

Dr. Hakan Fidan, former Head of MIT, made important appointments in the foreign bureaucracy after he became Foreign Minister, in this context, he withdrew the current Ambassadors to Moscow and Kiev and submitted the new Decree to President Erdoğan. The public also learned that Tanju Bilgiç had been appointed Ambassador to Moscow.

At the time, it was rumored that the replacement of Russian Ambassador to Ankara Aleksei Vladimirovich Erkhov was on the agenda. Earlier this week, journalist friends in Moscow told me that Erkhov’s term in Ankara had expired and that he would return to Moscow to work as Sergey Lavrov’s deputy at the Ministerstvo inostrannıh del Rossiyskoy Federatsii, the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation. It will be a good fit.

Who will replace Erkhov?

Alexey Yurievich Drobin, Director of the Foreign Policy Planning Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, is likely to become the new Russian Ambassador to Ankara. He is an important contributor to the publications of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies.

Born in 1974. In 1995, he graduated from the Institute of Asian and African Countries at Moscow State University. This means that he had a good theoretical intelligence education. Since 1996, he has been employed by the Russian Foreign Ministry. In addition to the Central Office of the Ministry, he held various positions at the Russian embassies in Turkey and Israel.

From 2009 to 2014, he was Senior Counselor at the Russian Embassy in the United States. From 2014 to 2017, he worked at the Russian Embassy in Israel. He holds the rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. He is married and has two children. He speaks Hebrew, English, Turkish and French. He will serve in Ankara during a difficult period.

May it be a blessing for his country and our country!

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