The head of the Kremlin is not in Elmaw and yet he is everywhere. He announced during the G7 meeting that he would transfer nuclear-capable missiles to Belarus. Today there is a premiere.
Vladimir Putin takes off to the top, where he waits with interest. while the world Looking forward to the Bavarian ElmauThe Russian president is about to make his first trip abroad since the start of the invasion of Ukraine. First, on Tuesday, he travels to Tajikistan in Central Asia, and from there to the Turkmen capital Ashgabat, where the sixth Caspian Sea summit will take place on Wednesday. After all, with Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, the heads of states of the Caspian Sea, which have a lot of mineral resources, gather there. Putin is likely to demonstrate there that, despite the declaration of the G7 nations, he is not isolated internationally.