Putin urges US business to help normalize Russia-US ties

Megyn Kelly before the interview welcomed the world leaders inside the Konstantin Palace. Twitter

Moreover, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday he did not consider necessary to judge US President Donald Trump for withdrawing the country from the Paris climate change agreement. You can't seem to stop.

He said both Russian Federation and USA have witnessed the collapse of the groundwork of bilateral cooperation that had taken decades to build. Trump, a climate change skeptic, called the deal "unfair" to the United States, which is second only to China as the world's greatest greenhouse gas emitter.

During the interview, Putin said that Russian intelligence suffers from the problems he implied he saw with the NSA.

"This is an attempt to resolve domestic political issues by using foreign policy instruments", he said. "He does overkill sometimes, but it turned out he was right", Putin said. This reminds me of anti-Semitism. "The Jews are blamed for everything".

The nature of sophisticated cyberattacks are such that they can be made to look like they came from anywhere, Putin said, adding that there's "no proof" of any involvement by Russian Federation at the "state level".

During the campaign, Trump similarly dismissed increasing alarm in the USA that Russian Federation was purposefully targeting the US political system.

President Putin expressed hope that the business dialogue in the framework of the forum, initiatives and certain ideas of representatives of Russian and USA businesses will help to form a favourable environment for solving this uneasy task.

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Russia's relations with the West have slumped to their lowest point since the end of the Cold War due to the crisis in Ukraine and differences over Syria.

"I said it in then, I say it now", he added.

Russian Federation signed an agreement with the Indian government on Thursday to build two new reactors for the Kudankulam nuclear power station in Tamil Nadu and said it would loan India $4.2 billion to help fund construction.

Kushner then held a secret meeting with Sergei Gorkov, head of Russia's Kremlin-connected development bank, a meeting the White House says was one of many diplomatic encounters Kushner, now a presidential adviser, held in the weeks before Trump's inauguration.

It was now better to try to see what kind of climate deal could be agreed, said Putin.

Trump has similarly accused Democrats of politicizing congressional and federal investigations into the interference.

Mr Putin poured scorn on the allegations. What's an ambassador supposed to do?

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