Putin Calls Obama’s Attention on Extremism with Impunity in Ukraine

Moscow, 30 March-2014 (Prensa Latina): Russian President Vladimir Putin, today called attention to his US counterpart Barack Obama on persistent impunity in Ukraine extremism and acts of terror against the people and government structures in different regions of that country.

Putin Calls Obama´s Attention on Extremism with Impunity in Ukraine

THE GRAND KREMLIN PALACE, MOSCOW. President Putin with Lyudmila Putin at a party after the inauguration ceremony. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

During a phone exchange of views on the Ukrainian crisis, Putin proposed Obama discuss possible steps the international community to contribute to a normalization of the situation in that country, reported the press service of the Kremlin.

The leaders decided that shortly foreign ministers evaluate the specific parameters for that particular work.

On the other hand, the White House said the US president spoke in favor of diplomacy to resolve the crisis in Ukraine, but insisted that it would only be possible if Russia withdraw its troops and do not undertake any steps to affect the territorial integrity and Ukrainian sovereignty.

Moscow insists that the solutions rests in the points of agreement signed by ousted President Viktor Yanukovych and opposition leaders on 21 February last met.

According to the Kremlin, Putin expressed Obama concern about by the fierce external blocking the territory of Transnistria (separate from Moldova), which complicates the conditions for survival of the inhabitants, their mobility and hinders normal Economic and commercial activity.

The telephone exchange between Putin and Obama came under an atmosphere of verbal confrontation around Russia by the act of reunification of Crimea and Sevastopol, which catapulted the acceptance level of the Russian president in his country.

Considered the leader with the highest ranking of popularity in the world by pollsters and even American international publications such as Forbes and Time, Putin would win with 64 percent of votes held this Sunday presidential elections in Russia, appropriated the poll released this week.

The Russian statesman won for the third time the chair of the Kremlin in March 2012 with 63.6 percent of the vote, despite the orchestrated campaign against him from the West, and the financing of opposition protests.

In contrast, with a plummeting popularity since last yearâ�Ös controversial reform of Health and wiretapping scandals, the Obama disapproval rating rose to 59 percent, according to a survey company GfK.

The 57 percent of Americans criticized the policy of the ruling on Ukraine, which brought the imposition of unilateral Western sanctions and boycott of the Russian Chairmanship of the Group of Eight, experts indicated.