Vladimir Putin claims 'patriotic hackers' framed Russian Federation for United States election interference

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He seemed to be referring to the conclusion of USA intelligence agencies that Russian Federation tried to interfere in last year's presidential election via hacking of the Democratic National Committee and a top Clinton campaign official.

Earlier on Friday, Modi, as Prime Minister, attended for the first time the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, an annual business and economic event, hosted by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Putin also said that Trump's promise to negotiate new conditions for the US leaves hope for reaching a compromise before the Paris deal takes effect, adding that USA participation is essential for the success of global efforts.

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Trump's move drives another wedge between the United States and its traditional European allies, while aligning its stance closer to Russian Federation in boosting fossil fuels while deferring action to curb climate change.

Hillary Clinton's campaign team was blaming the Russians rather than admitting its own mistakes, he said.

"It reminds me of anti-Semitism", he said.

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"It's easier to say we are not guilty, the Russians are guilty..." "A stupid man who can't do anything right would blame everything on the Jews".

Putin insisted that it was perfectly normal for Kislyak to try to establish contacts and discuss future ties, adding that he hadn't even started to discuss specifics. Putin said in response to Kelly's question about new allegations that President Trump's election campaign tried to create back channels of communication with the Kremlin.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed a deadly chemical attack in Syria was a provocation against Bashar Assad. Having wondered what is the objective of the alliance if both the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact are no more, the president said that the failed dialogue with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is not Russia's fault. "But we know where such an attitude leads to, it never ends well", Putin said. Soviet Union but North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is still there.

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Putin blamed the allegations on "internal political bickering".

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