Putin was asked to go through the metal detector at the summit in Singapore

Russian President Vladimir Putin had to go through the metal detector frame at the Suntec trade fair center in Singapore, where the Russia-ASEAN summit took place. Reports the edition about it “Kommersant”.

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“He came to the summit at the Suntec trade fair center and wanted to pass, as usual, past the scope of the metal detector, which in such cases stands for anyone, but not for him. And nevertheless, Vladimir Putin was gently redirected through the frame, the newspaper writes.

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It is reported that the frame rang, but no one decided to inspect the Russian leader and ask to pull out metal objects from his pockets.

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Recall that on November 14 in Singapore, the Russia-ASEAN summit was held, in which 18 countries took part. As Life reported, Vladimir Putin discussed with South Korean President Zhe Ino easing sanctions against Pyongyang.







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