Valentina Matvienko - Sputnik International
(2) In this regard, Prime Minister Abe noted that in order to maintain a calm negotiating climate both Japan and Russia should take into consideration national sentiment on both sides and avoiding actions and comments that hurt the other side’s national sentiment.
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Valentina Ivanovna Matviyenko ( née Tyutina, born 7 April 1949),  is a Russian politician who was Governor of Saint Petersburg from 2003 to 2011. She is Chairman of the Federation Council since 2011. She is the highest-ranking female politician in Russia .
Wherever you go in the world you will find different people... It is the way it is... Each culture has it’s own pecularities. It is up to loving partners to create there own world and take the good from both cultures to make there own special mix!!!! Good luck!!!
"[Kim] intends to take up the Russian president's invitation in the near future, without delay, he is ready to pay a visit to Russia depending on the schedule of Vladimir Vladimirovich [Putin]… I hope that in the near future, before year's end, such a visit will take place," Matvienko told reporters while leaving the North Korean capital of Pyongyang.
During the 2012 presidential vote—when mass protests errupted to voice anger at Putin's eventual return to the Kremlin—critics alleged the sole liberal on the ballot, billionaire and political novice Mikhail Prokhorov, was given the official greenlight by Moscow only to serve as a straw-man for Putin .
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This year’s Investiture Ceremony again took place at The Palace, Valletta, on Friday, the 13th of December 2013, immediately following the customary Ceremonial Parade held at the Palace Square.
Russia marks 25 years since the adoption of its constitution this month. A heated debate was sparked off in October over whether the basic law should be changed to fine-tune the balance of powers.
The pro-Kremlin newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda consulted a body language expert in an effort to portray President Putin as the stronger leader.
All the essays are filled with the schoolchildren's sincere love for their country. According to Valentina Matvienko, all essays she read depicted Russia as an integral part of the global community of countries and peoples, which leans on equal and comprehensive cooperation. The future Russia in the essays was a state focusing on protecting the environment, natural resources, and improving the ecology.
"They are waiting for reciprocal, step-by-step and synchronized steps as they expected, and easing of sanctions, which is not happening yet, so they continue to negotiate, contact, and hope that there will also be some reaction from the other side,” Matvienko said.
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But if you thought the press conference was the nail in Mr Trump’s coffin, you are wrong. Mr Putin had already “won” the negotiations well before the summit had even begun.