American globalization has ended, and a new system is being established that does not depend on the whims of the West.

APA's Moscow correspondent reports that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said this during his speech at the "Primakov Recitations" international forum.

He noted that Russia does not want to fall under the illusion that the West will honestly participate in globalization processes created by proving its complete unreliability, inability to negotiate, and cunning, and will not abuse them.

"American globalization is over. Some residual processes will inevitably have to be experienced, but in parallel, a new system is being built in both finance and logistics. It should not depend on the quirks and feelings of superiority of our former partners in the West," Lavrov stressed.

The Russian Foreign Minister added that his country has real partners within BRICS, SCO, EIA and CIS.