Putin: Sense of responsibility will prompt next U.S. president to work with Russia

By REUTERS
June 17, 2016 17:53

 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin predicted on Friday a sense of responsibility would prompt the next US president to cooperate with Russia.

Speaking at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, Putin said he had not worked directly with US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State.

But he said he had enjoyed a good working relationship with Bill Clinton when he was US president.

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