Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Americans to show more respect for their president in response to a question posed to him at the Valdai International Discussion Club in Sochi, Russia, on Thursday.
There are no major differences between Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia or between Russian Federation and other regional countries, he said while attending the 14th Valdai Discussion Club in the city of Sochi.
"We are analysing it, watching this closely". "This doesn't worry us. This is a regrettable negative component of the USA political system".
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He added that he believed Hollywood had started using more Russian villains in films because the USA always needs someone to play "the bad guy".
Speaking to Russian media a year ago the actor said: 'Your President Vladimir Putin seems like a calm, collected, mature politician, and someone who always has a plan'. Asked how Russian Federation would feel if Mr. Trump were impeached, Putin said it would be "absolutely wrong" for Russian Federation to discuss USA politics.
At the same time, he added that Russian Federation will remain open to cooperate with the United States. "You interpreted our trust as weakness and you exploited that".
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Putin also criticized the US and its allies for missing a chance to build a safer and more stable world after the Cold War and engaging in what he described a "policy based on arrogance, egoism and claims of exclusivity".
While condemning Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions, Putin said the standoff should be settled through dialogue, without "cornering North Korea, threatening to use force or going down to outright boorishness and swearing".
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He said the United States had flouted nuclear and chemical weapons treaties, saying Moscow had diligently complied with the same pacts only to be repeatedly let down by the United States. He said Russian Federation would "want it and will be striving to achieve that".