Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin pets Labrador Tonik during his meeeting with Russian  rescue workers in the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Friday, June 6, 2008. Tonik,  legendary rescuer dog of the Emergency Situations Ministry, helped Russian emergency workers save victims of China's devastating earthquake.      AFP PHOTO / POOL / ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO / AFP PHOTO / POOL / ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO
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Ha Kedvesed úgy néz rád, ahogy Putyin a kutyákra, ne engedd el sohase, mert ő az Igazi!

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2017. 02. 02. 12:35

Putyin + kutyi = <3
Korábban a témában:

Eskü, csak egy képet kerestünk, hogy megemlékezzünk a legújabb kori történelem egyik legerősebb – egyszerre agyafúrt és végtelenül tapló – diplomáciai manőveréről, amely majdnem pontosan tíz éve történt. Természetesen erről van szó:

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are watched by Putin's dog Koni as they address journalists after their working meeting at the Bocharov Ruchei residence in Sochi, 21 January 2007. German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived here for talks with President Vladimir Putin expected to focus on securing guarantees for energy supplies to the European Union, a Kremlin official said. AFP PHOTO / PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE / ITAR-TASS / AFP PHOTO / ITAR-TASS / DMITRY ASTAKHOV
AFP / Dimitry Astakhov

Ha a szereplők arca valakinek nem mesélné el a sztorit, megtesszük mi: tárgyalásra hívta Merkelt Putyin, majd a dramaturgiailag megfelelő pillanatban, a sajtó jelenlétében ráeresztette az akkor még csak két éve regnáló kancellárra Konit, a fekete labradort. Úgy, hogy – mint mindenki – tudta: Merkel retteg a kutyáktól.

Beütöttük tehát a keresőbe, hogy Putyin és kutya, hogy – persze a fenti képtől eltekintve – egy szivárványos-unikornisos-coelhoidézetes világ táruljon elénk, amelyről oly’ könnyű megfeledkezni, miközben az elnök urat kíméletlen despotaként ábrázolják jobbról-balról. Fogadjátok szeretettel ezt a testes galériát, mondanánk, hogy a Putyin-látogatás margójára, de a képekből áradó cukiság miatt inkább maradjunk a fordítottjában:

Putyin imádja a kutyákat, és most mellesleg Budapestre is ellátogat!

This photo taken on March 24, 2013 shows Russin President Vladimir Putin as he plays with his dogs 'Buffy' (up) and 'Yume' at his residence Novo-Ogariovo, outside Moscow. Bulgarian shepherd dog 'Buffy' was presented to Putin by his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov while Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda offered Putin the puppy 'Yume' as a gift during the G20 in Mexico in June.  AFP PHOTO / /RIA NOVOSTI / PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE / ALEXEY DRUZHINYN / AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / Alexsey Druginyn
Buffyval és Yumével az elnöki rezidencián 2013-ban AFP / Alexsey Druginyn
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin greets a soldier's dog as he visits a division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Balashiha, outside Moscow ,on July 22, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI POOL/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ / AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Seregszemlén 2011-ben AFP / Alexey Druzhinin
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and Dima Sokolov, the boy who proposed the dog's name to Putin, play with Putin's Bulgarian shepherd dog "Buffy" during their meeting at Putin's residence outside of Moscow, the Novo-Ogaryovo, on December 9, 2010.  AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI /POOL/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ / AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Putyin és a kisfiú, aki Buffy nevét adta AFP / Alexey Druzhinin
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds on November 13, 2010 a Bulgarian shepherd dog he received from his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov (R) after their press conference in Sofia. Bulgaria's state energy holding BEH and Russian gas giant Gazprom set up on on November 13 a joint venture to build and operate the Bulgarian stretch of the South Stream gas pipeline from Russia to southern Europe. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV / AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV
Putyin és bolgár kollégája, Bojko Boriszov. Putyin gázvezetéket hozott, kutyát vitt. AFP / Nikolay Doychinov
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin pets Labrador Tonik during his meeeting with Russian  rescue workers in the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Friday, June 6, 2008. Tonik,  legendary rescuer dog of the Emergency Situations Ministry, helped Russian emergency workers save victims of China's devastating earthquake.      AFP PHOTO / POOL / ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO / AFP PHOTO / POOL / ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO
Tonikkal, a legendás mentőkutyával AFP / Alexander Zemlianichenko
Russian Emergencies Minister Sergei Shoigu, Albert II, the Prince of Monaco (from L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin on the island where the fortress Por-Bazhyn is. August 13, 2007.  Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prince Albert II of Monaco have arrived at the Tuva republic. From the airport Putin and Albert II flew by helicopter to the Por-Bazhyn fortress. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / KREMLIN POOL / DMITRY ASTAKHOV / AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / DMITRY ASTAKHOV
AFP / Dimitry Astakhov
A picture taken on December 7, 2016 shows Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) as he plays with his Yume, an Akita dog prior to an interview with Nippon Television Network Corporation Executive Director Takayuki Kasuya (L) and Yomiuri Shimbun Editor in Chief Mizoguchi Takeshi in the run-up to his official visit to Japan.  / AFP PHOTO / SPUTNIK / Alexey DRUZHININ
Yuméval Japánban AFP / Alexey Druzhinin
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets the owner of Akron Holding Vyacheslav Kantor (R) at an undisclosed location in Russia on July 27, 2010. Putin's pet labrador dog Koni lies on the floor nearby.  AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ / AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
AFP / Alexey Druzhinin
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (L) and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, accompanied by a dog, play badminton at the presidential residence in Sochi on August 14, 2009. Putin and Medvedev recently spent a night on the town watching the Russian national football team in action at a local bar.   AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / KREMLIN POOL / DMITRY ASTAKHOV / AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / DMITRY ASTAKHOV
Medvegyev, Putyin és egy közelebbről meg nem nevezett kutya AFP / Dimitry Astahkov
Russian President Vladimir Putin hugs a Hungarian 'Puli' dog owned by Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (background)) and his wife Klara Dobrev (out of camera range) as they stand on the balcony of the Prime Minister residence in Budapest, 01 March 2006. Putin is on a two-day official visit aimed at boosting cooperation between both countries. AFP PHOTO POOL / PRIME MINISTER OFFICE / MIKLOS DER / AFP PHOTO / POOL / MIKLOS DER
Így szeretgette Putyin Gyurcsányék kutyáját 2007-ben. AFP / Dér Miklós
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Local demonstrators march with a flag with the image of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban close to the headquarter of the governor FIDESZ party at Heroes Square as students, teachers of the Central European University and their sympathizers protest in downtown Budapest on April 9, 2017. 
Hungarian lawmakers approved legislation that could force the closure of a prestigious Budapest university founded by US billionaire investor George Soros, sparking fresh protests. The English-language Central European University (CEU), set up in 1991 after the fall of communism, has long been seen as a hostile bastion of liberalism by Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government.  / AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK
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