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Putin on the sidelines of the APEC summit talked with the Prime Minister of Australia

  A spokesman for the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, that Vladimir Putin spoke on the sidelines of the APEC summit in Beijing with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Reports about it RIA News".

  When asked whether there were harsh expressions at the meeting related to the “painful tricks” previously expressed by the Australian Prime Minister, the press secretary replied in the negative.

  Earlier, Abbott promised at the G20 summit in Brisbane to toughly discuss with Putin the crash of the Malaysian Boeing, which killed 27 Australians. In doing so, he used the term shirtfront from Australian football - a tough trick where one player knocks down another to get possession of the ball.

  Russian President Vladimir Putin and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott spoke in favor of speeding up the investigation of the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine. In fact, both Abbott and Putin were in favor of a real investigation into the causes of this catastrophe, for speeding up this investigation, ”said Peskov.

  He also added that Putin had declared that the situation in which experts could not get to the crash site due to shelling by the Ukrainian units was unacceptable.

  It became known earlier that the authorities of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic and experts from Holland are unable to agree on the conditions for the removal of fragments of the Malaysian Boeing.




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