In a state-of-the nation speech, President Vladimir Putin of Russia warned of a “fast and tough” response to security threats, in a message seemingly aimed at President Biden and delivered amid large protests.
#French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has condemned as "unbearable" the #Russian determination to break hunger-striking opposition figure, Alexei#Navalny and warned of #EU sanctions against President Vladimir Putin if Navalny dies in prison.
Hundreds of protesters were arrested in Russia, after thousands took to the street in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny — on the same day President Vladimir Putin warned other countries not to cross 'red lines.'
In his speech, President Vladimir Putin pointed to Russia’s moves to modernize its nuclear arsenal and said the military would continue to build more state-of-the-art hypersonic missiles and other new weapons.
Opposition supporters rally in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. President Vladimir Putin meanwhile has warned the West against "crossing the red line" with Russia
President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday vowed that Russia, one of the world's major producers of oil and gas, would do its part to fight climate change
president vladimir putin'>Russian President Vladimir Putin, in his annual State of the Nation speech, failed to mention Ukraine once. @WitlinZ , senior analyst at @EurasiaGroup explains more about the volatile sutation.
President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday sternly warned the West against encroaching further on Russia’s security interests, saying Moscow’s response will be “quick and tough” and make the culprits feel bitterly sorry for their action.
A Russian prankster glued a massive portrait of President Vladimir Putin to the inside of a residential elevator. He then placed a camera in the elevator to record people’s reactions.
Fox News’ Peter Doocy asks President Biden what he spoke to president vladimir putin'>Russian President Vladimir Putin about. “You,” Biden says, smiling. "He sent his best."
Think about this: President Trump has said many more kind words about Russian autocrat Vladimir Putin than American hero John McCain.
American voters should decide American elections — not Vladimir Putin. All Members of Congress should condemn the President’s reported efforts to dismiss threats to the integrity of our democracy & to politicize our intel community.