Putin undecided which song to play when he meets Trump

Lauren Perry
May 16, 2017

Russian state television captured and posted a video of Putin playing excerpts of "Moscow Windows" and "City on the Free Neva", both Soviet classics, according to NPR.

Putin thus commented on reports about Russian specialists' contacts with Syrian Kurds.

In order to eliminate conflicts in Eurasia, we need to abandon hostile rhetoric, mutual accusations and rebukes, Russia President Vladimir Putin said at the opening of the One Belt, One Road global forum in Beijing on 14 May, BelTA has learned.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday blamed the United States for the global cyber attack that hit 150 countries since Friday and has crippled computer systems around the world.

"Unlike other countries we are not announcing any arms deliveries to Kurdish formations", said Putin, who was speaking in Beijing.

Russian President Vladimir Putin showed off his skills as a pianist during a visit to China on Sunday.

"Thirdly, I think it's right that the decision was taken not for two or three or four months but for nine months, to the middle of next year". I thought, if Mr. Peskov was filming something, then was probably for personal purposes, for the archive.

National Public Radio reported that in 2014, Putin played "Moscow Windows" on piano at a meeting with students at the Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute. But they made a decision to publish it. And in 2010, he played piano and sang a version of "Blueberry Hill" at a charity fundraiser - on which, it can be noted, he was just as rhythmically hesitant as in this latest musical foray.

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