Vladimir Putin is about to leave Russia for the first-time since he sent Russian troops into Ukraine.
Ever since Putin launched an invasion of Ukraine back In February of this year, he hasn’t ventured out of the safety of Russia.
Today’s reports state that the Russian president will soon travel to two small Central Asian states which were once Soviet blocs.
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The war has resulted in the deaths of thousands of people, millions of families being displaced and serious financial consequences for the West. This includes rising fuel prices.
Pavel Zarubin (the Kremlin correspondent for the Rossiya 1 government television station) stated that Putin would visit Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and then meet President Joko Widodo in Moscow.
Putin will meet Imomali Rakmon, the Tajik President and a close Russian ally. Rakhmon is the longest-serving ruler in a former Soviet country. According to Reuters, he will attend a summit in Ashgabat with Caspian nations.
According to RIA news agency, the trips will be held on June 30th and July 1, where Putin will meet with President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus.
These trips will mark the first time that Putin has travelled outside Russia since a reported assassination attempt was made two months ago, according to Ukraine intelligence claims.
The attempt to hit the tyrant during his invasion of Ukraine failed and was found to be nothing more that an insult. “unsuccessful attempt”According to Ukraine’s Chief Of Defence Intelligence, the following is a summary of his personal life.
Kyrylo Budanov claims that Putin was attacked by assassins in the Caucasus. The plot has remained secretive since its occurrence.
In an interview broadcasted on May 24, Mr Budanov said that Ukrainian Pravda was Putin. “attacked”.
Budanov stated: “He was even attacked in the line of, as they say, representatives of the Caucasus not so long ago.
“This information is not public. Absolutely unsuccessful attempt, but it really took place… It was about two months ago.”
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