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Putin demonstrates a nationalistic, outdated approach to politics - Obama

Barack Obama, the president of the United States, attacked a new portion of accusatory criticism of the Russian leader. Meeting with businessmen in Washington, Obama expressed the opinion that Putin's approach to politics frightens neighboring countries and harms the Russian economy.

In particular, the American leader stressed that the Russian president demonstrates ... a nationalistic, outdated approach to politics that "frightens neighboring countries and harms the Russian economy," quotes Radio Liberty.

According to Obama, only the economic situation in his country can force Putin to change his political course.

At the same time, from specific forecasts on the economic situation in Russia, Obama abstained.

Continuing his speech, Obama also spoke about China. In his opinion, Chairman of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping is much faster in accumulating power than it was possible for his predecessors. According to Obama, this also frightens neighboring countries - they are "extremely concerned about the nationalist demarches of Beijing."

Photo: epa, from the site svoboda.org

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