China, India and North Korea congratulates Putin

** As the Western governments condemned putin re-election as a rape on democracy

China, India and North Korea have congratulated Putin on his electoral victory and 5th term in office, which extends his rule to another six years term.

President Vladimir Putin was announced as the winner of Russia 2024 presidential election with a landslide victory. An election which the Western governments condemned as unfair and undemocratic, accusing Putin of eliminating all of his most significant rivals to tighten his grip on power.

Putin will already be the longest serving Russian leader since Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. If he serves out the entirety of this six-year term, he will surpass Stalin and be in the running next with Catherine the Great and then perhaps eventually Peter the Great, two rulers whose imperial power Putin has sought to mimic in his conquest of Ukraine and other former Soviet and imperial lands.

The West casts
Russia as its biggest nation-state threat and viewed Moscow and Beijing with increased anxiety over the past two years as they ramp up ties in trade and defence.

Russia with a no-limit relations with China, India and North Korea poses to challenge U.S. supremacy in quantum computing and synthetic biology to espionage and hard military power.

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