Russian relations are 'getting worse and worse' says Putin

Clay Curtis
June 15, 2019

Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed two police generals in connection with the case of Meduza investigative journalist Ivan Golunov's detention, a relevant decree was published on the Kremlin website.

"I think it is inevitable that we will restore our relations, after all it is inevitable", Putin said.

In a Russian TV interview, Putin focused on the sanctions slapped on Russia by the USA, but made no mention of Russia's interference in American elections.

Trump appeared to take the Kremlin by surprise last month when he said he planned to meet Putin at the G20 in Osaka, though Moscow was quick to say it was open to such a meeting and hoped it would happen.

"We really hope that common sense will prevail in the end", said Mr Putin.

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Trump also said he hoped the United States would have 'a great relationship with Russian Federation, ' but later pledged to deploy 1,000 U.S. troops to Poland.

But Mr Putin's words of encouragement didn't appear to last long, with Russian Federation warned it could be forced to retaliate after a new US military deployment to Poland announced by Mr Trump. "Head of the Department of Internal Affairs for the Western Administrative District of the Russian Interior Ministry's Main Directorate for Moscow", the document says.

Earlier, Russia's President stated that he did not refuse from contacts with Zelensky. Members of Russia's parliament were quick to react to the plan, which also envisages the United States deploying military drones.

Vladimir Shamanov, ex-commander of Russia's special forces who now runs the lower house of the Parliament's defence committee, said he was concerned about United States drones due to their potential to carry nuclear weapons.

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