(Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)

 

BY DAN KENNEDY

ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin shared his vision and ideas for his country’s future in his annual state of the nation speech Wednesday.
Here’s Bloomberg.

“Putin says Russia and the world are entering a period of upheaval and transformation in the coming years. He also says his country will pursue its own democratic path and won’t accept foreign interference.”

Putin sent a warning to other countries who might think of interfering with Russia’s internal affairs.
He said foreign meddling wouldn’t be tolerated and any external interference is unacceptable.
Al Jazeera says it’s the way he’s always been.

“There can be no talk of new addition or rebranding of Putin. We’ve seen the same Putin who made himself clear that he will not tolerate outside interference.”

The Telegraph reports that part of Putin’s vision for the future includes larger families, calling on parents to have at least three children and that a family of five should become the country’s norm.

Much of his speech focused on other social issues, too.
Here’s the BBC.

“He talked about giving people back the moral compasses which they lost after the fall of communism... There was also talk about the fight against corruption... Restoring the imbalance between the rich and the poor, he called for the introduction of a new luxury tax.”

Putin also said Russia must preserve its national identity by bolstering its military.
This was Putin’s first speech since being re-elected to a third term in March.

Vladimir Putin Warns Against Foreign 'Interference'

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Dec 12, 2012

Vladimir Putin Warns Against Foreign 'Interference'

(Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)

 

BY DAN KENNEDY

ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin shared his vision and ideas for his country’s future in his annual state of the nation speech Wednesday.
Here’s Bloomberg.

“Putin says Russia and the world are entering a period of upheaval and transformation in the coming years. He also says his country will pursue its own democratic path and won’t accept foreign interference.”

Putin sent a warning to other countries who might think of interfering with Russia’s internal affairs.
He said foreign meddling wouldn’t be tolerated and any external interference is unacceptable.
Al Jazeera says it’s the way he’s always been.

“There can be no talk of new addition or rebranding of Putin. We’ve seen the same Putin who made himself clear that he will not tolerate outside interference.”

The Telegraph reports that part of Putin’s vision for the future includes larger families, calling on parents to have at least three children and that a family of five should become the country’s norm.

Much of his speech focused on other social issues, too.
Here’s the BBC.

“He talked about giving people back the moral compasses which they lost after the fall of communism... There was also talk about the fight against corruption... Restoring the imbalance between the rich and the poor, he called for the introduction of a new luxury tax.”

Putin also said Russia must preserve its national identity by bolstering its military.
This was Putin’s first speech since being re-elected to a third term in March.

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