The main source of "risks" and "anti-Russian policy" in the concept is the United States.

Moscow, as stated in the document, intends to pay priority attention to "the elimination of the vestiges of the dominance of the US and other unfriendly states in world affairs."

One of the main goals is the protection of "traditional values" against some "pseudo-humanist neoliberal" values.

To repel threats, Russia is ready to apply "symmetric and asymmetric measures", including the use of the army.

Relations with neighboring states in the concept are called the most important for Russia's security.

In fact, these states are included in the Russian sphere of influence: Russia, for example, undertakes to oppose the deployment of the infrastructure of "unfriendly", that is, Western, states in these countries.

Ukraine is not mentioned in the document.

In general, the foreign policy of Russia, as stated in the document, has a "peace-loving character", but it is different in relation to friendly, neutral and non-friendly countries.

Putin himself asked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia and other departments to "pay special attention to expanding ties with constructive partners and creating conditions for unfriendly states to abandon hostile policies."

In the document, Russia is called "an original state-civilization that united the Russian people and other nations that make up the cultural and civilizational commonality of the Russian world."

The concept refers to Russia's "unique mission" to "maintain the global balance of power" and "ensure conditions for the peaceful, progressive development of humanity on the basis of a unifying and constructive agenda."

In general, the document repeats and develops theses about confrontation with the West, expressed earlier by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The war in Ukraine, which became the main reason for the harsh course of Western countries towards Moscow, is mentioned there only once, indirectly.