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Putin has called the breakup of the Soviet Union the greatest tragedy in Russian history, and many Russians echo that rhetoric. Russians say they see value in the kind of strength and intimidating presence embodied by the Soviet Union, and they express support for Putin’s efforts to demonstrate that strength abroad. Russian President Vladimir Putin moved Thursday to further bolster his nation’s ties to former Soviet republics, as Russia’s relationships with the United States and Europe continue to fray over the conflict in Ukraine.Putin met Thursday with his counterparts from Kazakhstan and Belarus in the Kazakh capital, Astana, to initiate the formation of the Eurasian Economic Union.“A new geoeconomic reality of the 21st century is being born today,” said Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, according to Russia’s Interfax news agency.
The new codes of the union, scheduled for launch on Jan.
It also remained unclear whether the union would constitute an economic arrangement or something more political, Malashenko said.
The crisis in Ukraine has made it “clear” that the Eurasian union is largely “a tool for Russia to realize its political goals,” he said.
The participants discussed Armenia’s potential membership during their meeting.
But it was unclear which other countries Putin thinks will join.