Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Putin, Macron bond over shared unease at Trump's actions

Putin, Macron bond over shared unease at Trump's actions

Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde are among the participants of the forum.

"Globally, if a whole country, particularly a centre of power, acts that way, the situation may have negative, if not devastating consequences", he said.

Russian President Vladimir Putin lashed out at the USA for what he called its abuse of sanctions, saying the increasingly "restrictive instruments" being imposed on a growing number of countries is pushing the global economy toward an unprecedented crisis.

While criticizing the USA policy on Iran, Putin had some warm words for Trump and held out hope for holding a summit with him. Russia's Foreign Ministry has stated many times that Russia's sovereignty over the islands is beyond doubt.

"This is now my second term in a row", the Russian leader said.

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Trump has derided the Iran deal as "insane" partly because its restrictions on Iran's nuclear activities begin expiring in 2025. "The more sanctions the West puts, for us it's better" said Samoylov Andrei Viktorovich of POLYMIX.

During the joint press conference held following their meeting today, the Russian President said that he appreciated the efforts made by the European countries part of the Iranian deal to save it despite the withdrawal of Washington.

For the goal, an agreement was reached with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to implement his plan on broader cooperation between Moscow and Tokyo.

The U.S. and its allies have hit Russian Federation with several waves of sanctions that badly hurt its economy.

In a later meeting with top editors of worldwide news agencies, Putin said he would observe constitutional term limits that would prevent him from running for a new term in 2024.

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