The second forum of the Free Nations of Russia ended in Prague. There, representatives of national minorities of Russia adopted a declaration on the decolonization of Russia.
The conference was attended by representatives of the Russian opposition, participants of regional and national movements, public activists, and experts, including former Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin.
As noted in the announcements of the conference, if “the famous leaders of the Russian opposition want to replace the bad Kremlin king with a good one,” then the Forum of Free Nations is devoted to radically restructuring Russia, which should be “decolonized, deimperialized, and deputinized,” Novynarnia reported.
According to the forum participants, Russian President Vladimir Putin built a dictatorial system with a prosperous metropolis, which pumps out resources from the subordinated “colonies” and uses them to satisfy imperial ambitions.