Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the Indian government was acting independently in the interests of its citizens and that any efforts by the West to create a rift between Moscow and New Delhi were pointless. "The West is trying to create an enemy out of everyone who does not agree with their monopoly, everyone is at risk - even India, but the Indian leadership is acting independently for the nation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is all praised about Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India. In a media interaction, Putin shared his viewpoint about Modi and considered him as one of the strongest leaders of India. "We share very good political relations with Prime Minister Modi, he is a very wise man. And India has been making very great strides in development under his leadership," said Putin.
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Ukraine's military said that Russia could launch a big mobilisation campaign soon to try to recruit hundreds of thousands of soldiers from inside Russia and occupied Ukraine. Without any evidence, the Ukrainian general staff said, “A mass forced mobilisation of the population is expected soon in the Russian Federation and temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine due to the occupiers' catastrophic losses.”
Russian PM Vladimir Putin is not going to attend the upcoming G20 Summit, organized to be held in India, Delhi, between September 8-10. The Russian counterpart of PM Narendra Modi dialled the phone and expressed that he would not be able to attend the G20 Summit. The duo also discussed the bilateral talks and held conversations over recently held BRICS summit in South Africa.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin had no plans to attend the G20 summit in India in September in person. The International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant for President Putin accusing him of war crimes in Ukraine, which the Kremlin strongly denies. This means he risks arrest when travelling abroad. The statement came amid the ongoing BRICS Summit in South Africa.
US President Joe Biden has reacted to the death of Wagner chief, protesting against Russian President Vladimir Putin. On August 24, Biden pointed a finger at his Russian counterpart after reports of Yevgeny Prigozhin's death amongst others in a private plane crash in Moscow's Tver region. "I don't know for a fact, but I'm not surprised. There's not much that happens in Russia that Putin's not behind," said Biden.
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A private jet crash to the north of Moscow has resulted in the loss of ten lives, according to the Russian Civil Aviation Authority, which has also indicated the presence of Yevgeny Prigozhin on the passenger list. The aircraft, an Embraer, was carrying seven passengers and three crew members, en route from Moscow to St Petersburg, confirm a news agency. Yevgeny was one, who revolted against Vladimir Putin.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin briefed Indian PM Narendra Modi about the Wagner revolt in Russia. On June 30, Putin updated about the Wagner protest and Ukraine situation, following which PM Modi-led Indian Government assured all kinds of support to protect law & order in India. In addition, during the call, Narendra Modi also informed Putin about his recent visit to the United States and meeting US President Joe Biden.
Russia is investigating the role of Western intelligence agencies in the Wagner mutiny that erupted before ending abruptly on June 24. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov addressed the media and said, that the investigation was underway since Belarus struck a peace deal with Wagner PMC chief Yevgeny Prigozhin. This comes despite President Joe Biden reiterating that the U.S. and the allies had no role in the coup bid.
Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the nation Saturday and vowed to defend the country and its people from an armed rebellion declared by mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin. Putin said the mutiny amounted to “a deadly threat to our statehood” and vowed “tough actions” in response. "The armed forces and other government agencies have received the necessary orders,” said Vladimir Putin.
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