Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin

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Noun1.Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin - Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin - Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000; formerly director of the Federal Security Bureau (born in 1952)
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Kim "will soon pay a visit to the Russian Federation at the invitation of Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, president of the Russian Federation," reported Yonhap News Agency quoting North Korea state agency.
It was done on the basis of the interview of Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin to Rossiya TV channel.
Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin is not the president of a feminist NGO, a transgender-rights activist, an ombudsman appointed by the United Nations to make and deliver slide shows about green energy--he is the elected leader of Russia, a rugged, relatively poor, militarily powerful country that, in recent years, has been humiliated, robbed, and misled frequently.
VLADIMIR Vladimirovich Putin is unlikely to have lost sleep last night as a result of the UK suspending arms export licences and military co-operation.
Excerpts from the letter written to the president of the Russian Federation, through the ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Sultanate Oman: Sir, We, the undersigned citizens of Ukraine, residing in Oman, through you, want to request the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, not to use military power in Ukraine.
"Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin underlined in particular that the steps taken by Crimea's legitimate authorities are based on international law and aimed at guaranteeing the legitimate interests of the peninsula's population," the Kremlin said.
Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin was born in Leningrad, which is now St.
They are happy to delegate it, say, to Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, and then they will entrust it to somebody else.''
Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, President of the Russian Federation, has saved President Barack Obama from a humiliating defeat in the U.S.

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