Russian Federation 'not trying to split EU', says Putin

Russia 'not trying to split EU', says Putin

Putin: Mueller Indictments Of Russians Driven By U.S. Politics

Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump talk "regularly", the Russian president told an Austrian news outlet ahead of his visit to Vienna Tuesday. Putin mentioned seeing a German news headline declaring, "Donald Trump pushes Europe into Putin's arms".

Mr Putin's sixth official visit to the country marks the 50th anniversary of the start of Soviet gas deliveries to the country. "I don't think other countries will develop such a weapon in the coming years. we already have it".

Putin mentioned that he had spoken on the phone with Trump recently about their shared intent to avoid an arms race, adding "I hope that someday this work in the interests of the United States and Russian Federation, indeed in the interests of the whole world, will begin, including between us personally".

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"How low the Western information and political environment has fallen if a restaurateur from Russian Federation could influence elections in the United States or a European country", the Russian Federation leader said.

The Russian leader was responding to a question about special counsel Robert Mueller 's February indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian organizations when he brought up his relationship with the American president.

Prigozhin is known as "Putin's chef" for having hosted the strongman's meetings with key foreign officials at his restaurants.

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"Everyone's is already thinking about creating new universal currencies or about switching to transactions using national currencies", Putin said, adding that the US' policy is "counterproductive" and tantamount to shooting oneself in the foot.

'Could it be that the media and political standards in the countries of the consolidated West have been driven down to such a low level that a Russian restaurant keeper can sway voters in a European country or the United States?

In a particularly heated exchange on the annexation of Crimea and the shooting down of MH17 over eastern Ukraine, an irate Putin snapped: "If you do not like my answers, then do not ask me questions" and accused Wolf of engaging in "a monologue rather than an interview".

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On Thursday, he promised Russian citizenship to a Ukrainian woman seriously injured by an explosive device in Syria and who lost an arm and leg. Asked by a young blogger whether the government had plans to shut down Instagram and YouTube, Putin insisted that it does not. Ask the State Department why he is doing this. When pressed further, he pointed to Hungarian-American financier and philanthropist George Soros, alleging that Soros meddles in the affairs of various nations while "our American friends often tell me that America has nothing to do with it". "With us, it is Mr. Prigozhin's private affair", Putin said. Are you satisfied with it?'

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