That would be a question for the government. As we represent a small opposition party, it's very difficult, again, to be accurate in the response. Frankly, I don't have exhaustive information about government activity in this area.
I can only tell you that, in fact, the whole international legal and security order is changing, and we don't know where we will be in two years or even in five years. Of course, Russia, actually, is replacing the rule of law with its rule of power across the world. Our common task is to suggest an alternative. Yes, Russia will be talking to Turkey or the U.S. or—Russia will be talking to everyone. The question is whether we will be just following the Russian talks or whether we will be able to provide our own position on these global issues. I think we all have to talk, and in this sense, I think we have to learn from Russia how to talk and with whom to talk. This is the challenge.