President Putin said he was in “serious talks” with Western nations after being told he was “all responsible.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin will attend a meeting with his Belarusian counterparts at the Black Sea Resort in Sochi on May 23, 2022.

Russian President Vladimir Putin will attend a meeting with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.RAMILSITDIKOV / SPUTNIK / AFP via Getty Images)

  • Vladimir Putin said he would have a “serious discussion” with the West because of economic problems.

  • President Putin smiled after being told that the West was “all responsibility”. Reuters.

  • Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, oil and food prices have skyrocketed to record highs.

Russian President Vladimir Putin joked on Monday that he would have a “serious discussion” with Western nations about what was blamed on the world’s current economic problems.

Talk to President Belarus Alexander Lukashenko In Sochi, Russia, President Putin said that Russia’s economy Western sanctions, Per reuters..

Russian ruble Rally Over the last month as it became the only one in Moscow Accepted The currency of gas purchases soared to 57.5 against the US dollar on Monday after plunging to a record low of $ 150 in March.

“When it comes to the economy, thanks really [the West] Lukashenko told President Putin at a televised conference, according to Reuters.

“What’s happening there is that they read their media and really underestimate it. They caused inflation, but the truth is that Putin is responsible.” Putin blames everything, “Lukashenko continued.

Reuters reported that Putin nodded, forcing him to smile in response to Lukashenko’s comments.

“We will talk to them seriously,” Putin said with a laugh from Lukashenko at each outlet.

The White House is trying to fix the rapid inflation rate in the United States to Putin, President Joe Biden said: “Putin price increase” As for oil, a petrol pump hurt an American family.

Oil prices soared in March The highest level since 2012. On the other hand, the world food price is Highest peak ever in the same month The war in Ukraine is reducing at least a quarter of the world’s wheat and grain supply.

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