Russian President Vladimir Putin had an unusual encounter while hosting Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in the city of Kronstadt. In a video that has gone viral online, The A 65-year-old posed for a picture with the newlyweds After the bride requested to be photographed together.
A now-viral video shows Putin and Lukashenko greeting crowds near the Kronstadt Naval Cathedral. The Russian leader smiled as the couple obliged.
A caption posted by Russian state-run news channel RT read: “Putin had a special encounter during his visit to Kronstadt. Among those who wanted to take pictures with the president was a bride.
The video drew a lot of reactions from netizens. A user commented that it was great to get a chance to click a picture with the Russian President.
A Twitter user called the bride ‘lucky’ and shared the video, which was clicked with the two presidents. The bride, who saw Vladimir Putin, became more determined than the groom and asked the president of Russia to take a picture, caption.
Another user wrote, “Blessed bride. I can’t fault her President Putin is a strong, brave, handsome and fearless leader who shows great leadership for Russia and shines a light on the future of what government should look like… What a great opportunity to remember such a special day Russia in Moscow has great leadership with President Putin.
A third user commented on Putin’s popularity.
However, not everyone was amused by the video. One user wrote, “Yes, that’s what I want on my wedding day. A picture of a war criminal.”
Amid Russia’s war with Ukraine, one user compared Putin to Zelensky, saying, “Copy Zelensky all you want. Anyone can see that it is not natural for Putin to behave like this. It is clearly propaganda. Zelensky is real but your sir is fake.
It was the first time since then that Putin met his close friend Lukashenko Wagner helped Brocker quell the mutiny of the fighters Inside Russia. Putin said on Sunday after a rare visit that talks with the Belarusian leader would last two days. Asked about the quarantine rules Putin has followed since the pandemic, he said, “People are more important than quarantine.”