Canada Cybercrime: "Grotesque" anti-Russian charges in the eyes of Vladimir Putin
Vaccine. The Sputnik notes to convince the Russians, Putin launches a call for vaccination
© Alexei Druzhinin / AFP The Russian President Vladimir Putin participates by video connection to a ceremony launching a gold treatment facility in Kyrgyzstan In Moscow on March 17, 2021. at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, Vladimir Putin called his compatriots, as well as foreigners, to be vaccinated against CVIV-19, on Friday, June 4th.
The accusations against Russia in terms of cybercrime and electoral interference are "grotesque" is what Monday said. Vladimir Putin, questioned by the US channel NBC, two days from the Geneva Summit with Joe Biden. According to Russian President This summit could even be an opportunity for a cooperation agreement with the Americans ... in the field precisely from cybercrime.
Before meeting with Putin, biden assures the Europeans of her support
Video: European leaders spied by the United States: "It's extremely serious," reacts Clement Beaune (Le Figaro) Your Browser does not support this video © Provided by the Point L ES United States Reaffirm their support for the Europe . Before his first peak with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin , the US President Joe Biden promised that his country would be held alongside his European allies against the Russia .
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"We were accused of all kinds of things, but not once, they did not bother to produce any evidence. Vladimir Putin does not seem annoyed for a single second when Keir Simmons, the star journalist of the US channel NBC, lists the misdeeds attributed to his country. "I am surprised," replied the Russian president, that we have not yet been accused of providing the Black Live Matter movement. "
Asked about the poisoning of Alexei Navalny, Vladimir Putin says, "We do not have that kind of usual, to murder whoever. And to add that the opponent, sentenced to two and a half of prison last February, would be "no harm treated than anyone else. Finally, as often the subject of human rights is evoked, and when the American journalist addresses the repression of the Russian opponents, he returns the Prosecution by pointing the fate of the supporters of Donald Trump accused of storm Capitol.
Vladimir Putin hopes that Joe Biden will have fewer "impulsive maneuvers" than Donald Trump
© Angela Weiss Alexey Druzhinin Vladimir Putin (left) and Joe Biden must meet on June 16 in Geneva, Switzerland. AFP / Alexey Druzhinin and Angela Weiss Vladimir Putin, Russian President, said Friday hope that his American counterpart Joe Biden would be less impulsive than his predecessor Donald Trump. This statement comes a few days of the expected first summit between the two heads of state , June 16, in Geneva (Switzerland).
A "professional" of the two-day Policy
of the Geneva Summit, which must enable him to meet Joe Biden for the first time since his investiture at the White House, Vladimir Putin says will be ready for dialogue - especially in the field of the cybercriminality. And that even as Moscow is accused by Washington to lead a IT war against him.
for Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden is a "politics professional with whom it is possible to work". This predictability seems to be suitable for Russian President ... "I hope there will be no unpredictable maneuvers from the US President in Exercise," explains Vladimir Putin - barely veiled reference to the sometimes unexpected behavior of Donald Trump, the Predecessor of Joe Biden at the White House. "A brilliant and talented personality," adds the Russian president who has never hidden his support for the former US president.
cyberattacks from Russia: Biden takes Putin to the chest .
at the Summit between US President Joe Biden and Russia's President Vladimir Putin, it was also about the topics of ransomware and cyberattacks. Biden showed clear edge. © G0D4ATHER / Shutterstock Biden and Putin had a lot to discuss. What exactly the head of state of the US and Russia, Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin, discussed at their summit on Monday in Swiss Geneva, is not known. However, some details from the talks betrayed them after the respective press conferences.