He personally announced it during ‘All Russian People’s Forum’.
‘Australian partners created exclusively friendly environment to work hearty I would say, that sets to finding solutions’, – said Russian president.
Moreover, according to him, ordinary passers on the streets in Australia met him with ‘applauses’ and other courtesies and very friendly, he was even surprised by ‘this warmth’.
In addition, Vladimir Putin said that he had left the summit preliminary because he did not want to stand in a queue. According to him, officials are distributed according to the alphabet and said who and when should go.
‘It was better to go home earlier’, – that is how Putin explains his early departure from G20.
It looks like Mr. Putin has got no idea of how the information spreads over the internet and if his citizens want they can easily find out how people in Australia treated their beloved President.
For example, Ukrainian community held a meeting against his visit to G20 summit. They published photo and video in their Facebook pages.
During the meeting president of Federation of Ukrainian in Australia Stefan Romaniv mentioned that Putin is not welcome in Australia. People at the meeting held different posters which said: ‘Putin get off Ukraine!’, ‘Putin stop killing Ukrainians!’, ‘Stop the Kremlin aggressor. Adolf Putin – back off Crimea’ etc.