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Putin decided to say goodbye to Medvedev?

on Fri Oct 16, 2015 2:09 am
The Kremlin might consider Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev as a successor to President Vladimir Putin, but the US refusal to talk to the head of the Russian government of Syria destroyed these calculations. This opinion was expressed in an article for the apostrophe Russian journalist and blogger Alexander centurion.

"The appointment of Putin, Medvedev in the role of a" negotiator "for the Syrian issue like a touchstone in an attempt to find out: whether the White House to talk to the" shadow of Putin "? And yet - specify in which case, accept any conditional Medvedev West? It turned out that will not accept. With representatives of the KGB of our "genius" Nobody wants to talk not. No wonder the press secretary of the White House called the Kremlin's attempt to "desperate" to which Putin immediately responded, saying that Washington "was weak," - he said.

According to the journalist, "no" weakness "no." "But in the Kremlin now know that if gently and sequentially output from the game of Putin, Medvedev to succeed does not fit," - said the centurion.

"Moreover, his candidacy does not fit even in the position of" and. about. President "during the transitional period. In this sense the urgent awarding Dmitry impressive tchotchke of the Order "For Services to the Fatherland, I degree" - a kind of ritual before the farewell as soon as possible. It is impossible, of course, to argue for 100% that the decision has been made, but all indications that such a decision there, "- said the centurion. In Russian
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