At the G7 summit in Germany on Sunday, some of the world’s top leaders were joking about the horrific film that Russian President Vladimir Putin willingly unveiled.
Russian President at the center of the debate. At the G7 summit in Germany, the leaders took advantage of their meeting and mocked the zeal put forward. Vladimir Putin.
“Shall we have jackets? Shall we take them with us?” Asked British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, sitting at his desk in Elmaw Castle, where President Olaf Scholes was entertaining leaders of the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, and Italy. European union.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggested waiting for the official photo to drop the jacket, but Boris Johnson began: “We need to show that we are stronger than Putin”.
An endorsement of a photograph of Vladimir Putin
Launched openly, the leaders continued to make fun of Vladimir Putin. Justin Trudeau recalls the famous photo of the Russian president riding a horse with his bare chest in 2009. “We’re going to be worthy of a demonstration that rides with bare chests,” he said.
Vladimir Putin and the horse #Horse pic.twitter.com/0AV1sS6mzV
– El Hollowat Wakihe (@ Wakihi El Hallowat) July 8, 2014
Boris Johnson responded, “We have to show them our talent.
Finally dressed, the ties were severed and the seven leaders took their place on stage for a traditional family photo.
“Alcohol enthusiast. Twitter ninja. Tv lover. Falls down a lot. Hipster-friendly coffee geek.”
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