Putin lauds Trump: 'No disappointment at all'

President Vladimir Putin reheated Cold War-era animosities. Reuters

President Vladimir Putin reheated Cold War-era animosities. Reuters

President Donald Trump speaks with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their bilateral meeting at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7, 2017. "Moreover, on a personal level he made a very good impression on me".

He told the host of World Order 2018, 'This is called reciprocal strike.

Putin, 65, has been president or prime minister since 1999. The US authorities did not say a word about the fact that the events in Ukraine were developing in a different way.

Still, analysts believe the Kremlin fears that low turnout will undermine the appearance of the election's legitimacy, and the government appears to be taking numerous measures to boost participation.

"It's quite hard to interact with such a system, because it's unpredictable", Putin said.

During his 2016 presidential campaign, Trump said he would press for better ties with Russian Federation as a way to solve numerous world's deep-standing conflicts.

"We are a great power, and no one likes competition", he said. He said he was particularly dismayed by what he described as the USA role in the ouster of Ukraine's Russia-friendly president in February 2014 amid massive protests. "If we achieve this. then, without a doubt, Russian Federation will retain its status a great power, including the defense capability of the state", Putin said in the documentary film "World Order 2018" by journalist Vladimir Solovyev.

With nuclear tensions at a high between Russian Federation and the West, Vladimir Putin has said that he is willing to destroy the world - but only if Russian Federation is threatened.

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He said Western sanctions for Moscow's annexation of Crimea and the insurgency in eastern Ukraine were part of "illegitimate and unfair" efforts to contain Russian Federation, but added that "we will win in the long run".

"Those who serve us with poison will eventually swallow it and poison themselves", he added.

Putin wasn't speaking in the context of a former Russian spy who was left in critical condition, along with his daughter, after coming into contact with a mysterious substance in Britain.

Moscow has denied any involvement.

Putin made the remarks during a talk with Vladimir Solovyov, a journalist and presenter for state-run Rossiya 1 television channel.

According to Kosachev, the United States and Russian Federation face similar threats in today's world, while the two countries themselves do not pose threat to each other.

"It's possible to negotiate with him, to search for compromises", Putin added.

Crimea became a Russian region after the referendum that was held there in March 2014, at which the majority of Crimean residents voted for reunification with Russia.

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