Putin says Russia does not seek confrontation with U.S. | Reuters

GOA, India Russia does not seek confrontation with the United States and is not trying to influence the upcoming presidential election, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday.Putin said he would work with any U.S. leader willing to work with Russia. (Reporting by Denis Pinchuk; Writing by Olzhas Auyezov)

Reuters October 16, 2016 18:15:06 IST
Putin says Russia does not seek confrontation with U.S.
| Reuters

Putin says Russia does not seek confrontation with US
 Reuters

GOA, India Russia does not seek confrontation with the United States and is not trying to influence the upcoming presidential election, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday.Putin said he would work with any U.S. leader willing to work with Russia.

(Reporting by Denis Pinchuk; Writing by Olzhas Auyezov)

This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.

Updated Date:

also read

India contributes funds for revival work of Gandhi’s Tolstoy Farm in South Africa
World

India contributes funds for revival work of Gandhi’s Tolstoy Farm in South Africa

Efforts by the Mahatma Gandhi Remembrance organisation (MGRO), started by Gandhian follower Mohan Hira, have led to gradual steps to revive the venue as a tourist attraction

Facebook issues ‘sincere apology’ after experiencing second outage in a week
News & Analysis

Facebook issues ‘sincere apology’ after experiencing second outage in a week

The social media giant attributed the trouble to a configuration change at its computing platform

Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp ride high on popularity wave despite outages and whistleblowing claims, finds survey
News & Analysis

Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp ride high on popularity wave despite outages and whistleblowing claims, finds survey

The second edition of the Global Prepaid Index, released by Ding — the largest provider of international mobile top-up — revealed that trust in social media apps was high, with 42 percent of people saying they couldn’t stay a day without it, regardless of the problem of misinformation and safety issues