Russia sanctions: Putin vows to profit from hiked oil prices

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Russia sanctions: Putin vows to profit from hiked oil prices” – below is their description.

Russia sanctions: Putin vows to profit from hiked oil prices. The Russian president has shown concern over the inflation that increased oil prices is causing around the world and blames the west for it claiming Russia will act preventively to this situation and benefit, announcing investments in oil facilities.

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