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October 1, 2022

  • Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin (born 7 October 1952) is a Russian politician and former intelligence officer who has been serving as the president of Russia...
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  • Putinism (Russian: путинизм, romanized: putinizm) is the social, political, and economic system of Russia formed during the political leadership of Vladimir...
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  • Puin (brand) (redirect from PuTin)
    Puin (Russian: Пуин) also spelled PuTin (Russian: ПуТин) is a brand of vegetable and mushrooms canned goods produced by Astrakhan Canned-food Plant (Astarkhanskiy...
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  • Spiridon Ivanovich Putin (Russian: Спиридон Иванович Путин; 19 December 1879 – 19 December 1965) was a Russian chef who was the personal cook of Joseph...
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  • "Putin – khuylo!" (Russian: Пу́тин — хуйло́, IPA: [ˈputʲɪn xʊjˈlo]; Ukrainian: Пу́тін — хуйло́, IPA: [ˈput⁽ʲ⁾in xʊjˈlɔ]; Belarusian: Пу́цін хуйло́, IPA: [ˈput͡sʲin...
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  • Vladimir Putin has served three terms and is currently in a fourth as President of Russia (2000–2004, 2004–2008, 2012–2018 and May 2018 to present) and...
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  • "Putin's Palace" (Russian: "Дворец Путина") is an Italianate palace complex located on the Black Sea coast near Gelendzhik, Krasnodar Krai, Russia. The...
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  • feminism, LGBT rights, opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin and his policies, and Putin's links to the leadership of the Russian Orthodox Church....
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  • Shkrebneva, Шкребнева; born 6 January 1958) is the former wife of Vladimir Putin, who is the current president and former prime minister of Russia. Lyudmila...
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  • Vladimir Putin, current president of Russia, has owned seven dogs; since 2014, he has owned four dogs.[citation needed] His fondness of dogs has led to...
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  • term in office and was succeeded by Putin following the 2012 presidential election. Medvedev was then appointed by Putin as prime minister. He resigned along...
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  • The public image of Vladimir Putin concerns the image of Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, among residents of Russia and worldwide. According to public...
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  • 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine (category Vladimir Putin)
    Putin announced in his public address a "special military operation" for the "demilitarisation and denazification" of Ukraine. In his address, Putin espoused...
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  • Vladimir Putin (born 1952) is a Russian politician and former intelligence officer who is the president of Russia. Putin may also refer to: Putin (surname)...
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  • Randy Newman (redirect from Putin (song))
    initially having been feared dead. In October 2016, Newman released the song "Putin". The Washington Post wrote: "inspired by the Russian leader's penchant...
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  • военной операции) was a televised address by Russian president Vladimir Putin on 24 February 2022, immediately preceding the beginning of the invasion...
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  • Putin. He is the Chairman of Igor Putin Fund, an investment company supporting and developing the industry in outlying regions of Russia. Igor Putin was...
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  • who hold a variety of political views, who support Putin. The party appeals mainly to pro-Putin and non-ideological voters, and is often classified by...
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  • 2022 Russian mobilization (category Vladimir Putin)
    On 21 September 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a "partial mobilization" of military reservists in Russia after facing setbacks in the...
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  • "Arrest of Vladimir Putin: A Report from the Courtroom" is a viral video, originally posted on YouTube on February 13, 2012 by the Russian video publishing...
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  • Russo-Ukrainian War (category Vladimir Putin)
    Excerpts of Putin's speech declaring war, AlJazeera, February 24, 2022 Battles flare across Ukraine after Putin declares war Battles flare as Putin declares...
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  • Putin (Russian: Путин) is a masculine Russian surname. Its feminine counterpart is Putina (Russian: Путина). As of 2014, 73.8% of all known bearers of...
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  • President of Russia, Vladimir Putin of "strong economic and other measures" if Russia attacked Ukraine. On 17 December 2021, Putin proposed a prohibition on...
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  • interviews of Vladimir Putin conducted by Stone between 2015 and 2017. Stone's interview begins with a biography of Vladimir Putin. Putin explains that he attended...
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  • Putler (redirect from Putin-Hitler)
    Vladimir Putin and Adolf Hitler. Often used in the slogan "Putler Kaput!" (German: Putler kaputt!; Russian: Путлер Капут!) by people opposed to Putin, the...
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  • Opposition to the government of President Vladimir Putin in Russia can be divided between the parliamentary opposition parties in the State Duma and the...
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  • is a Russian oligarch and close confidant of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Prigozhin controls a network of companies including Wagner Group, a Russian...
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  • April 2024. Incumbent President Vladimir Putin has the right to seek re-election. Despite the two-term limit, Putin has been granted the right to run again...
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  • This is a list of presidential trips made by Vladimir Putin. During his presidency, which began with his inauguration on May 7, 2000, he has traveled...
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  • activist who has been an outspoken critic of the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and the former president of the United States, Donald Trump. Gessen is...
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  • July 2022. Retrieved 9 July 2022. Schaffer, Michael (26 August 2022). "A Putin Critic Fell from a Building in Washington. Was It Really a Suicide?". Politico...
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  • Ukrainian politician and a personal friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Prior to being deported from Ukraine Medvedchuk had been elected as People's...
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  • Vladimir Putin Peak (Kyrgyz: Владимир Путин атындагы чоку, romanized: Vladimir Putin atındagı çoku, Russian: Пик Владимира Путина, romanized: Pik Vladimira...
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  • and President of the Crocus Group [ru], close to both Trump and Vladimir Putin Emin Agalarov, Russian pop singer, and son of Aras Zainab Ahmad, associate...
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  • The 2007 Munich speech was given by Russian president Vladimir Putin in Germany on 10 February 2007 at the Munich Security Conference. The speech expressed...
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  • Oblast in 2012. A close confidant and ally of Vladimir Putin, Shoigu belongs to the siloviki of Putin's inner circle. Shoigu was born on 21 May 1955 in Chadan...
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  • The Kim–Putin meetings were a series of summits between North Korea and Russia during 2019. North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-un met with Russian President...
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  • Russian diplomat and the press secretary for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Peskov was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1967. His father, Sergey, headed...
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  • siloviki faction of president Vladimir Putin's inner circle, Patrushev is believed to be one of the closest advisors to Putin and a leading figure behind Russia's...
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  • The Medvedev-Putin tandemocracy was the joint leadership of Russia between 2008 and 2012 when Vladimir Putin, who was constitutionally barred from serving...
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  • Gays for Putin! (Russian: Геи за Путина!) is a Russian LGBT group that supports Vladimir Putin, endorsing his 2018 presidential campaign. The tongue-in-cheek...
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  • Federation. He is the son of businessman Igor Putin who is a cousin of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. Roman Putin's grandfather, Alexander, was the uncle...
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  • Vladimir Putin had taken a Super Bowl ring from New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Kraft quickly issued a statement saying that he had given Putin the...
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  • Electoral history of Vladimir Putin, second and fourth President of Russia and 33rd Prime Minister of Russia. "University of Essex". Archived from the...
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  • the online anti-Putin campaign "Putin must go", started on 10 March 2010. The campaign was begun by a coalition of opposition to Putin who regard his rule...
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  • met Vladimir Putin in Moscow, with mixed outcomes: Macron said that Putin told him that Russia will not further escalate the crisis; Putin scoffed at assertions...
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  • Rise of Vladimir Putin is a 2012 book by Masha Gessen about Vladimir Putin and his rise to power and reign. Gessen's analysis of Putin is mostly speculative...
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  • concessions from Moscow. With the assent of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin, reforms to strengthen Federal control were implemented, rolling back regional...
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  • Maria Vorontsova (category Family of Vladimir Putin)
    Russian president Vladimir Putin. Vorontsova was born in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), the elder daughter of Vladimir Putin and Lyudmila Putina (née...
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  • presidential election was held on 18 March 2018. The incumbent Vladimir Putin was eligible to run. He declared his intent to do so on 6 December 2017...
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