The President of Russia Vladimir Putin at a meeting with Chairman of the state Council of Cuba Raul Castro gave a salute to Comandante Fidel Castro.
"Allow me to welcome you. Give a salute to Comandante Fidel. I hope He's in good health ", – quotes Putin RIA " Novosti ". Bilateral meeting itself began with greetings." How are you doing, my friend?", – asked Castro." Excellent " – Putin said.
Raul Castro paid homage to Russian President's speech, which He expressed at the session of the UN General Assembly." Your report applauded several times ", - has specified the head of the state Council of Cuba. He said he had listened to, and among them, reports Chinese leader and U.S. President." of course, noticed the differences in these three reports ", — said Castro. At the end of the Protocol part of the meeting, Castro said he was glad the meeting with the Russian leader and a lot of the time it won't take. On the first day of the week Putin spoke on the anniversary of the 70th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations in new York. In his speech at the 70th anniversary session of the General Assembly of the United Nations in new York, Vladimir Putin said that by force of arms the integrity of Ukraine does not provide, it is necessary to take into account the desires of the residents of Donbas. In addition, the President of the Russian Federation tried to convince to prevent the rewriting of global trade rules by individual countries. Putin also said that he considers a huge mistake refusal to cooperate with the Syrian authorities, the government army, those who fought bravely with the terror. Remember, fifteen September in new York, opened the 70th session of the UN General Assembly. Last week in the Russian capital and the capital of the USA have confirmed officially scheduled for the UN General Assembly meeting of the presidents of Russia and USA Vladimir Putin and Barack Hussein Obama. Conversations with German Chancellor Angela Merkel planned. It was claimed that Putin will meet with Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, UN Secretary General ban Ki-moon, Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani, as well as Chairman of the state Council of Cuba Raul Castro.