CNN describes Putin as “arrogant” after Mariupol visit 10:38

“Brave” Russian President Vladimir Putin paid a “dare” visit to Donbass. writes about it CNN.

The channel states that the Russian leader’s trip to Mariupol “will be perceived by Ukrainians as particularly provocative because Mariupol has long been a symbol of resistance.”

CNN described Vladimir Putin’s visit as “defiant” because it came “just days after the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest”.

Earlier, the Kremlin press service said that Putin’s loyalty Study trip to Mariupol. Driving a car, he drove around several neighborhoods of the city, visited a number of objects and talked with local residents in the Nevsky microdistrict. One of the families invited Putin to their home, and he accepted the invitation.

Putin oversaw the quality of the roads and how the city was restored. Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin said President, after the improvement, residents began to actively return to the city.

Previously published by The New York Times in your name Russian President’s visit to Crimea and Mariupol “An explanatory gesture of the Kremlin.”

Source: Gazeta


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