ISIL financed from 40 countries, including G20 members – Putin (Press Conf)

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President Vladimir Putin says he’s shared Russian intelligence data on Islamic State financing with his G20 colleagues: the terrorists appear to be financed from 40 countries, including some G20 member states.

Putin talks anti-ISIL cooperation with the West and relations with Turkey.

When talking about previous G20 2014 summit in Austalia I think Putin was exceedingly gracious when he said that the event was organized well and it was conducive of work, adding that he left early because he needed to beat the departure lines.

The reality was of course a little different, when ex-PM of Australia Tony Abbott snubbed Putin and announced ahead of the event that he would ‘frontshirt him’ – Australian slang for tackling him and beating him up. On a group photo from the…

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3 thoughts on “ISIL financed from 40 countries, including G20 members – Putin (Press Conf)

  1. Today I’ve thought about Putin’s speech. Why was effective on that. Why it was important for me? I think we are, dear Earthling friend, we feel helpless or maybe feel blocked. So we may feel to stuck against all forces. Even if the one who talks, is Putin, (even though I do not approve of most of his internal policies, but I agree with his foreign policy mostly) so this is important person and he spoke with our language with our thoughts. This gave me excitement. I think that’s a good thing. I do not know could I express myself well:)

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  2. I thought about you when I was listening to this and posting it, because you told me about this yesterday.

    It is a good thing, my friend! The truth being spoken and exposed is always a good thing, no matter who is doing it.

    And yes, you express your self just fine!!

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