The language in the message was more pessimistic than in one sent previous year on the USA Independence Day, in which Putin said he was certain the United States and Russian Federation could solve problems “regardless of the fact that not all approaches of the sides concur”. “We aren’t trading in our sovereignty and some don’t like it”, he stated, adding that Russian Federation should respond to sanctions with “systemic measures in all key areas”.
In this Monday, August 29, 2011 photo, then Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, center left, and leader of Nochniye Volki (the Night Wolves) biker group, Alexander Zaldostanov, also known as Khirurg (the Surgeon), right, ride bikes at a motor bikers’ festival in the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk, Russia. A truce was signed in February.
Between today and the fifteenth of July, 217 military personnel from Canadian Forces Base Valcartier will be leaving on a mission for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to train and help the Polish army protect its territory from any threats that may occur from Russia’s president Putin.
“Russia’s military actions are undermining regional security directly and through proxy forces”.
The Kremlin said Putin expressed that the two countries can “find solutions to worldwide issues and efficiently resist global threats and challenges as they base their dialogue on principles of equality and respect of each other’s interests”.
Clinton was campaigning in Glen, New Hampshire, on Saturday. They said the sanctions should stay in place until Russian Federation fulfills the terms of Februarys cease-fire deal.
Those countries, newly independent once the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, obviously were looking for protection from a repeat of their own history and eventually scrambled for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation membership. Russian Federation is now virtually surrounded on its western and southern borders by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member nations. We don’t want to get to that. There’s also Russian President Vladimir Putin’s seething anger over his country’s loss of superpower status. “I know him. He’s not an easy man … but I don’t think there is any substitute other than constant engagement”.