Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit neighboring Finland on July 27 on a one-day trip.
Speaking to reporters after talks with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto, Putin said Russian Federation had joined China in military exercises before and that they were not aimed at any third party.
According to Putin, the investigations were not real investigations, as they are lack of a full study of the situation.
".The election of the United States president, it is not our business, and it is not up to us to assess what he does in this very senior post, that's up to the USA public", Putin said.
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Nawab is also the founder of Rashtriya Shia Samaj, an organization that works for the welfare of Shia Muslims of Uttar Pradesh. Reacting to the recent development in SP, party supremo Akhilesh Yadav blamed BJP for the resignations.
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According to a statement issued by the White House, the U.S. president read early drafts of the bill and "and intends to sign it". The White House says Trump supports sanctions on the three countries in question and will review the legislation.
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However, women should steer clear of the gin because this botanical spirit increases ladies chance of getting diabetes by 83%. Moderate consumption of beer was also linked to lower diabetes risk for men in the study, but not for women.
He reminded, however, that "Russia has also many friends in the U.S".
The Russian president criticized the U.S. practice as an effort to "make U.S. legislation valid in other countries" and said Russian-U.S. relations were being sacrificed to U.S. domestic issues.
Nevertheless he did not give any detail on what Russia's response could be, saying simply: "we will see", adding that he had not seen the final version of the USA sanctions bill.
Moscow couldn't easily respond economically to the sanctions because of the relatively low volume of trade between the two countries, but Russia's pro-Kremlin press has speculated US diplomats might be expelled. Possible sanctions would have immediate consequences for other countries, not merely for Russian Federation.
"We see substantial scope for Russia's risk profile to deteriorate further in the coming quarters", said London-based economic and industry analysis group BMI Research in a note, adding the sanctions could affect big export pipeline projects such as Russia's NordStream 2. The pipeline under discussion is supposed to carry Russian produced natural gas to the European continent through the Baltic Sea.