22 December, 2018
This tweet, claiming that Russian Federation, among others, are not happy about the USA leaving Syria, despite what the "Fake News says", is simply a blatant lie.
The annual event, the 14th of its kind, is used by Putin to burnish his leadership credentials and send messages to foreign allies and foes.
The Russian leader scoffed at the allegations, rejecting them as part of a smear campaign driven by domestic policy in the USA and elsewhere in the West.
Putin said holding another referendum was risky.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned of a "nuclear catastrophe" if the U.S. stations new missiles in Europe after going ahead with a threat to pull out of a landmark 1987 arms control treaty.
Both sides have noted that other countries remain free to develop weapons banned under the treaty, and the United States has in particular raised concerns about China with US National Security Advisor John Bolton warning Moscow that Chinese missiles have the capability to strike the Russian heartland.
Solskjaer to United: Other Ferguson pupils who became teachers
Former Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been confirmed as the club's new caretaker manager. United dismissed manager Mourinho on Tuesday after their worst start to a season for 28 years.
Cavs get Delly, Henson, picks from Bucks for Hill; Dekker traded
The Bucks are also sending John Henson to the Cavaliers in the deal, as well as a first-round and second-round pick in 2021. Hill was traded to Cleveland from the Utah Jazz at last year's trade deadline.
Huawei's First Handset With Display Camera Hole Coming On Dec. 17
Samsung too is suspected to release its phone during December and in all probability will directly compete with Huawei Nova 4 . This brand-new model, which includes the latest Kirin 980 SoC, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage is going to release in China first.
"What will happen after a peace agreement is signed, we don't know".
Putin, who said Russia's own relations with Britain were deadlocked but that Moscow was interested in improving them, characterized Brexit as an example where Western democracy was starting to show cracks.
"We've beaten them and we've beaten them badly". He also cited the unsafe tendency of lowering the threshold for using nuclear weapons and the idea of using ballistic missiles with conventional warheads.
But though Putin criticized Washington, he made clear that he still hoped to meet Trump sometime soon, saying it was important the two leaders discussed issues such as arms control.
Putin won a landslide re-election victory in March, giving him six more years in power.
"The U.S. base on Okinawa has been there for decades now".