Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday called for increasing the momentum of trade and investment among the members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
"I believe it's necessary to stop this creative babbling and shift to concrete issues related to real cooperation", Putin told reporters on a visit to China, when asked to comment on a G7 joint statement.
Britain blamed Russian Federation for the poisoning of the Skripals with a nerve agent in March in the British city of Salisbury, the accusations Moscow has vehemently denied. In his short message, Kim Jong Un stated that Russian Federation had undergone massive developments since gaining its sovereignty 28 years ago, and the credit for most of that was dedicated to President Putin, who according to the DPRK, succeeded in building a powerful Russian Federation under his fearless leadership.More news: Trump’s Trade Adviser Apologizes for ‘Inappropriate’ Trudeau Comments
Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed during a visit to Austria this week the possibility of Vienna playing host to a summit with his United States counterpart Donald Trump, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Saturday. The bloc includes China, Russia, four ex-Soviet Central Asian nations, India and Pakistan.
In the message, Kim wished the strategic and traditional relations between North Korea and Russian Federation would become stronger and it hoped success for Putin in building a powerful Russian Federation.
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Earlier Sunday, Putin criticized the USA withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear deal in a speech at the summit. G7 leaders demanded Saturday that Russian Federation stop what they described as attempts to undermine democracy and support for the Syrian regime as they closed the door on Moscow's readmission to the club.
Putin said that Washington's decision to exit the agreement could "destabilize the situation" in the region.
Last month, President Donald Trump pulled out of former President Barack Obama's landmark 2015 nuclear accord with Iran over the objections of European allies and other nations.More news: Trump, Trudeau trade fight: Map of Canada exports to US
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