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Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he was very fond of documents while working on her article for the American publication the National Interest. He said this during the meeting with Kazakhstani leader Kasym-Gomatam by Tokayev, reports RIA Novosti.
The Russian leader met with his Kazakh counterpart on Wednesday morning, June 24, before the Victory parade in Moscow. Tokayev, in particular, congratulated Putin with the published article, saying it was “wonderful and very deep” and he was very interested to read it.
In response, the Russian President said that he was extremely passionate about in the process. “When I asked him to give me the documents, I was so excited about it,” said he.
An article by Vladimir Putin “the Real lessons of the 75th anniversary of the Second world war” for the American magazine The National Interest was published on 18 June. In it the Russian leader also appealed to the permanent members of the UN Security Council — USA, UK, China and France and expressed hope for the imminent holding of the summit of leaders of the five countries. Putin stressed that the world powers can and must trust each other to respond to current challenges: a pandemic of the mers situation in the world economy and protect the environment.
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