Putin was in Beijing to discuss China's new Silk Road plan, but the main news from the summit so far has been his casual moment at the piano. "But, there are no piano tuners in Beijing?"
May 7, 2017 marks the fifth anniversary of the day when Vladimir Putin became Russian President for the third time.
"It's a pity that the piano was out of tune. As regards the source of these threats, I believe that the leadership of Microsoft have announced this plainly, that the initial source of the virus is the intelligence services of the United States", Putin said.
Following North Korea's latest missile launch, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow stands firmly against any countries' acquisition of nuclear arms, but in North Korea's case, the best strategy may be to stop trying to bully Kim Jong-Un into shutting his nation's tests down.
This isn't the first time we've seen Putin showing off his interests outside of politics. I can not say I played, I was just pressing the keys with two or three fingers. Last January, he helped a shy student at Moscow State University finish singing a Soviet song about space exploration.
Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation, the world's two top oil producers, agreed on Monday on the need to extend the cuts for a further nine months until March 2018 to rein in a global crude glut, Reuters reported.
"I thought that if Mr Peskov is filming, it's probably for personal use, for the archive", Putin said, referring to his spokesman, Dmitry Peskov. In 2010, he played the piano and sang "Blueberry Hills" with a jazz band at a charity concert. "But they made a decision to post it".
"But it's no problem" that the video was posted online, he said, adding: "I think I didn't let you down".