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Putin

Vladimir (Vladimirovich). born 1952, Russian statesman; president of Russia from 2000
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In his address, Vladimir Putin also paid specific attention to the issues of global economy and Russia's economic development in all sectors, including agriculture.
Russia and Jordan must join efforts in the fight against terrorism, Vladimir Putin said, adding that military and special forces are already working in that direction.
He informed the world the Russian president had made contact, excitingly telling his Instagram followers: "Thank-you to President Vladimir Putin for reaching out and speaking via telephone with me today.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques expressed thanks to President Vladimir Putin for his kind feelings.
Two weeks ago in his address to the participants of the Arab League summit, Vladimir Putin made it clear that Kremlin, within the framework of the "middle East Quartet" and other channels, will continue to contribute to the creation of a Palestinian state with its capital in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Officials following the Vladimir Putin s declaration will draw up a plan to facilitate the new customs regime.
Not only would Vladimir Putin exploit it, I think it would make the rest of the world look so weak and so insincere about our protestations about Vladimir Putin's behaviour if we're not prepared to pull the plug.
Vladimir Putin is, I would suggest, an easier target for Prince Charles than an ex president of the USA and an ex prime minister of the UK.
The just-signed treaty is of epoch-making, historic importance," Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
Moscow: President Vladimir Putin has been nominated for the 2014 Nobel peace prize by a Russian advocacy group for his key role in preventing a US missile strike on Syria and initiatives to dismantle Damascus' chemical weapons.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) welcomes Prime Minister David Cameron to the G20 summit on September 5, 2013 (AFP, Alexander Nemenov)
Navalny was found guilty of theft on Thursday at a trial he says is politically motivated because of his opposition to President Vladimir Putin.