Putin warns West against crossing 'red line' during annual speech
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In his annual address to the nation on Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke at length about foreign policy and issued warnings to Western powers not to interfere with Russia’s internal affairs. In front of hundreds of representatives from the spheres of politics, the economy and culture, Putin charged that lashing out against Moscow had become an all-too-common habit in recent times. “Some countries have developed a very bad habit of taking digs at Russia whenever a chance offers itself, and most often without any reason at all. It looks like a new sports game: who will manage to …

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