Destroying Russia would spell Catastrophe for Mankind, Says Putin

Destroying Russia would spell Catastrophe for Mankind, Says Putin

Putin is the favourite to win the presidential election on 18th March, although questions have been repeatedly raised about the veracity of the forthcoming vote.

"During the course of previous year alone, the activities of 72 career intelligence officers and 397 agents of foreign spy services were thwarted", Putin said.

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Special counsel Robert Mueller has even been tasked with leading an investigation into Trump's alleged ties with Russian Federation. That said, it makes me cringe when President Trump consistently bullies some of our most important allies and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Putin is widely expected to win, and has consistently scored higher than 40%, and often much higher, in opinion polls since the last presidential election. "We'll be prepared to look at them and talk about it", he continued.

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But Russia will never put commercial interests before global security.

Putin also boasted today that Russian Federation thwarted more than 400 foreign spies past year.

Asked if he believed Vladimir Putin's regime would harm him, Mr Browder - a London-based hedge fund manager who has fought a long battle with Moscow - replied: "I do". "During the course of a year ago alone, the activities of 72 career intelligence officers and 397 agents of foreign spy services was thwarted", he said. Putin spoke a lot about the new generation of nuclear weapons, especially the so-called "invincible" intercontinental cruise missile and the nuclear torpedo model, which he said is capable of "outsmarting" all United States defences.

"Radicalism, whatever political or ideological nature it has, is in essence destructive, and we're obliged to protect the country and people's future from this threat", said Putin.

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