Although Putin told Clinton that a sanction resolution against Iran “was possible” — at the same time, (all smiles) — the Prime Minister cautioned Clinton that sanctions “do not always resolve the issue and in some cases could be counterproductive.” In other words, behind Putin’s smile, is pure steel.
It makes everyone uncomfortable because he isn’t taking no for an answer.
Their past fertility struggles are written on the funding page and my coworker mentions them all the time.
On the anniversary of the Patriarch’s enthronement, Putin congratulated the hierarch for expanding Orthodox Christianity both in Russian society and beyond its borders: “Under your leadership, the influence of the Russian Church is growing not only in Russia but also abroad.
The Church’s dialogue with the public in solving social ills is notably expanding and is being filled with new content.” In close connection with Patriarch Kirill, Putin is providing funding to restore Christian sites and the return of properties seized from the Church in Soviet times.
“We think it would be premature to go forward with any project at this time because we want to send an unequivocal message to the Iranians,” she told journalists.