Moscow: Vladimir Putin travelled to triumph in Russia’s presidential race on Sunday, giving him, in any event, an additional six years in control as Moscow’s relations with the West turn out to be progressively stressed.
Putin, who has ruled Russia for right around two decades, recorded his best ever decision execution with in excess of 76 percent of the vote, yet the Opposition cried foul.
Screens announced ticket stuffing and different instances of asserted misrepresentation as the Kremlin pushed for a high turnout to give more prominent authenticity to Putin’s notable fourth term.
The Russian strongman kept running against seven different applicants, however, his most vocal faultfinder Alexei Navalny was banished from the ticket for lawful reasons and the ultimate result was never in question.
“I find in this (result) the certainty and any expectation of our kin,” Putin said in a delivery to a horde of supporters on a square by the Kremlin after leave surveys put him on track for a reverberating triumph.
“Our considerations will swing to the eventual fate of our extraordinary nation and the fate of our kids,” said the man who is as of now Russia’s longest-serving pioneer since Stalin.