Vladimir Putin boats, sunbathes picks mushrooms on Russian vacation photos

Shirtless Vladimir Putin takes dip in icy Russian lake for the Epiphany

Shirtless Vladimir Putin takes dip in icy Russian lake for the Epiphany

January 18, 2018 - ABC News

Alexey Nikolsly/AFP/Getty Images. Russian President Vladimir Putin hunts fish underwater in the remote Tuva region in southern Siberia.more +. PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin hunts fish underwater in the remote Tuva region in southern Alexey

A Russian Sightseeing Tour for Realists

A Russian Sightseeing Tour for Realists

February 7, 2018 - WhoWhatWhy / RealNewsProject (blog)

All of this was presented in a casual, entirely non-critical tone as though this were an offer for a Club Med vacation in the Caribbean. Not a word mentions Russia's current role in the world and in US affairs or the many abuses of human and

(CNN)After a week dominated by talk of sanctions, the American and Russian Presidents are now off vacationing on opposite sides of the globe.

One is at a golf club in New Jersey. The other is fishing bare-chested in Siberia.
Not to be outdone, his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, spent the week fishing, hiking and kayaking while decked out in army gear, photos released by the Kremlin show. In one shot, Putin takes a dip in the water while wearing a camouflage dive suit.
The latest images come just days after Congress approved -- and Trump grudgingly signed -- a new set of sanctions against Russia because of Moscow's interference in the 2016 US election.
Here are some of the entries from Putin's vacation scrapbook:
This is not the first time the Kremlin has released photos of Putin away from the office. There's even a calendar filled with pictures of the ex-KGB officer holding kittens, dressed in a wetsuit, riding a horse and relaxing in a tree after a five-mile hike.

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