Putin questions Trump’s next steps amid protests

Russian leader Vladimir Putin is concerned about the reliability of his American counterpart Donald Trump in riots.

Putin questions Trump's next steps amid protests

Such a statement on Saturday, June 20, was made by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov on the air of Channel One.

“He cares how much you can trust the agreements with the political counterpart, how much you can consider the actions of his political counterpart, in this case, the President of the United States, to be predictable and predictable,” the Kremlin spokesman said.

According to him, Putin is worried about the possibility of further work with the goal of “not just removing our bilateral relations from this terrible state, but in order not to expose further world security and world stability.” Given the presidential race, the epidemic and the unrest in the United States, negotiations on international security may not take place in the near future.

“This is an absolutely dangerous situation for the whole world. It is important for President Putin to understand that he has a vis-a-vis who can responsibly conduct a dialogue with him on how to correct this situation, ” Peskov said.


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