Putin says Russian military not building long-term in Syria

Putin says Russian military not building long-term in Syria

Putin says Russian military not building long-term in Syria

That reflects widespread thinking in Austria, going back well before Kurz's current center-right government - Putin's last visit, in mid-2014, was one of his first to the West after Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. The first thing we did - we increased our contingent to provide the security of our armed forces there, our military objects that had to be attempted and encroached as we saw.

Putin adds "there will certainly be other contenders, but only the best will win".

President Vladimir Putin says Russian Federation is now not planning to withdraw all of its troops from Syria. He suggested the stadiums could add cafes and shopping malls to boost their profitability.

"I do not comment on speculation", he said.

Various World Cup stadiums will cost 200 million to 400 million rubles ($3.2 million to $6.4 million) a year each in maintenance, regional officials have estimated. US and Russian officials haven't discussed specifics yet.

After meeting Putin in Vienna, Van der Bellen said some US politicians claim that the European Union is too dependent on Russian gas, but overlook the fact that American liquefied gas is much more expensive.

Speaking Thursday about the move, Putin described the tariffs as "sanctions", saying that countries which have imposed restrictions on Russian Federation for the annexation of the Crimean Peninsula are now going to see what they feel like on their own skin. Putin asked during his annual phone-in show, referring to Canada and Mexico.

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Austria, unlike many other countries in the 28-nation European Union, didn't expel Russian diplomats over the poisoning in Britain earlier this year of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.

Asked whether Russian Federation was considering blocking other popular apps or websites, Putin said authorities "are not going to shut down anything".

Russian President Vladimir Putin says the government will be looking to streamline the tax system in order to fight poverty. "It was invented to limit the lawful rights of the people who live in those territories", the president said.

On Thursday, he said Russia's gross domestic product is now 1.5 percent higher than a year ago.

But he said that Pyongyang will demand "absolute security guarantees" if the United States sticks with its demand that Kim must totally abandon nuclear weapons to obtain relief from sanctions.

Putin reclaimed the presidency in 2012 after the presidential term was extended to six years under Medvedev's tenure.

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