Putin jokingly suggested to shift the blame for the June snow on trump

Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin jokingly offered to blame all natural disasters American counterpart Donald trump, who decided to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement. His words leads to “Interfax” on Friday, June 2nd.

The head of state, commenting on the decision of trump, noted that Russia can be grateful for it.

“Today in Moscow the snow that they say even was, but here [in St. Petersburg] rain and was cold such. Now you can always blame it on American imperialism, that it’s all their fault,” said Putin, speaking at the St. Petersburg international economic forum (SPIEF). However, immediately stated that Moscow will not do this.

Passing to serious tone, the Russian leader urged not to hastily judge U.S. counterpart for the decision to get out of the agreement. He recalled that the United States acceded to the former head of state Barack Obama.

“Maybe the current President believes that they are not fully thought out, maybe he believes that there is no relevant resources. This all deserves a closer look” — quoted Putin TASS.

In Moscow on 2 June dropped sleet, write dni.ru. According to forecasts, in the coming days in the capital will remain cold weather.

Trump has announced the release of the Paris agreement on Thursday, June 1. On the same day, he personally explained his step foreign colleagues, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President to Emmanuel Macron. In the European Union and the United Nations expressed regret in connection with the incident.