Source Pravda.Ru

Putin Heads From Waco To Bush's Crawford Ranch - 14 November, 2001 - News

Russian President Vladimir Putin has boarded a helicopter that is taking him to President Bush's ranch in Crawford, which is set to become a scene of the second part of the US-Russian summit. A RIA Novosti correspondent says that after walking down the plane gangway, Putin first headed for the helicopter, but then turned to see the cheering local citizens who had gathered at the airport to welcome the Russian leader. Putin shook hands with many Waco residents. RIA Novosti correspondent reports the Russian President was rather casually dressed ahead of the journey to the ranch, sporting black jeans and a gray T-shirt.

Comments
Russia demands USA should destroy chemical weapons and declassify Novichok files
Russia demands USA should destroy chemical weapons and declassify Novichok files
Should Russia return to G8?
Russia demands USA should destroy chemical weapons and declassify Novichok files
Russia demands USA should destroy chemical weapons and declassify Novichok files
Russia demands USA should destroy chemical weapons and declassify Novichok files
Russia demands USA should destroy chemical weapons and declassify Novichok files
Russia demands USA should destroy chemical weapons and declassify Novichok files
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
The ways of return in the twentieth century
Russia to cover Cuba with power plants net
Russia spends over $11 billion on 2018 World Cup
Russians start protesting against retirement age law
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea
Saudi footballers to be punished for losing World Cup opener to Russia
Kim-Trump Summit: A step in the right direction?
Kim-Trump Summit: A step in the right direction?
Saudi footballers to be punished for losing World Cup opener to Russia
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea