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Mr Putin was with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at at a trade fair in Hanover when the woman tried to push her way through to an amused-looking Mr Putin, but was blocked by aides.Her back was painted with an obscene slogan in Cyrillic script directed against the Russian president.One needs to punish (them),” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
“This is ordinary hooliganism and unfortunately it happens all over the world, in any city.
Speaking at a press conference afterwards, Mr Putin said: “As for the protest, I liked it.
In principle, we knew that such a protest was being prepared.” He said the organisers of the Hanover event should “say thank you to the Ukrainian girls, they helped you promote the trade fair.” He added: “To be honest, I didn’t really hear what they were shouting because the security [guards] were very tough. That seemed not right to me, they could have been handled more gently.” Mr Putin appeared to show a flash of his well-known salty humour, adding: “I didn’t make out whether they were blondes, chestnut-haired or brunettes.” The Russian president said protests by Femen activists were nothing new.
“We’ve all got used to these demonstrations and I don’t see anything terrible here,” he said.
However, he added: “If someone wants to debate political questions, then it’s better to do it clothed rather than getting undressed.
The law, in effect in several regions, has been widely criticised as homophobic.