Vladimir Putin responds to G7 leaders mocking him over topless photos

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Vladimir Putin responds to G7 leaders mocking him over topless photos” – below is their description.

Russian President Vladimir Putin shot back at Western leaders who mocked his athletic exploits.

Putin made the comment during a visit to Turkmenistan early Thursday when asked about Western leaders joking about him at the G7 summit.

As they sat down for talks, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson jested that G7 leaders could take their clothes off to “show that we’re tougher than Putin” amid Russia-West tensions over Moscow’s military action in Ukraine.

Speaking to reporters, Putin retorted that, unlike him, Western leaders abuse alcohol and don’t do sports.

Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2022/06/30/vladimir-putin-topless-boris-johnson-justin-trudeau-would-disgusting/

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