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Putin says West has betrayed Russia’s trust
Russian President Vladimir Putin has directed scathing criticism at the West — the United States in particular — saying it had repeatedly betrayed Moscow’s trust.
President Putin to visit Iran by year-end: Kremlin
A Russian official says President Vladimir Putin is planning to pay an official visit to Iran by the end of the year.
Russia remains committed to Iran nuclear deal: Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country will continue to support the 2015 Iran nuclear deal because the Islamic Republic has honored all of its commitments.
Russia's Putin calls for ‘mutually beneficial’ relations with US
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow is advocating “predictable, constructive and mutually beneficial” relations with Washington.
Putin: Conditions to end Syria war in place
Vladimir Putin has termed the progress in the peaceful solution of the Syrian crisis ‘a joint success’ between Moscow and Ankara after talks with the Turkish leader. He said the agreements created "conditions" to end the bloodshed in the war-torn state, RT.com reported.
Putin hails Russia’s destruction of last chemical arms, accuses US of failing to fulfill obligations
Russian President Vladimir Putin hails his country's destruction of its last supplies of chemical weapons, accusing the US of failing to fulfill its own obligations in this regard.
Clinton says Putin has ‘personal vendetta’ against her
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has once again blamed Russia for losing the 2016 US presidential vote to her Republican rival Donald Trump, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin helped Trump’s team win because of a “personal vendetta” against her.
Putin suggests North Korea will not give up nukes
Russian President Vladimir Putin has suggested that North Korea will not abandon its nuclear weapons program because Pyongyang views its missiles and atomic weapons as its only means of self-defense.
Putin: Sanctions, pressure alone won't resolve North Korea crisis
Resolving the North Korean nuclear crisis is impossible with sanctions and pressure alone, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday after meeting his South Korean counterpart, adding that the impact of cutting oil would be worrying.
Putin: Russia may reduce US diplomatic personnel by 155
Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened Tuesday to expel up to 155 more US diplomatic personnel from his country as the diplomatic feud between Washington and Moscow rumbled on.
Putin says Trump 'not my bride, and I'm not his groom'
Russian President Vladimir Putin has refrained from making any criticism of US President Donald Trump.
Pressuring North Korea won’t work: Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin has advised the United States and its Asian allies against going down the “dead-end road” of pressuring North Korea, urging dialog instead to end a dispute over the North Korean weapons programs.
Rouhani, Putin discuss energy ties, regional developments
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a telephone call, discussed energy projects and the situation in Syria, with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, the Kremlin said in a statement on Monday.
Putin signs deal allowing air forces to stay in Syria for 49 years
Russia’s president signs a law enabling the country’s air forces to remain in Syria for 49 years as part of a protocol to a 2015 agreement with the Damascus government.
Putin warns of tough Russia response to insolent US sanctions
Russian President Vladimir Putin has deplored a new round of US sanctions on his country, saying Moscow will definitively respond to the embargos if they are implemented.

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