Vladimir Putin presents Steven Seagal with Russian travel permit

Vladimir Putin has by and by given another Russian identification to the American performer Steven Seagal and said he trusted the signal demonstrated a "standardization" of strained relations with Washington.

Sitting at a round table in the Kremlin at a broadcast meeting on Friday, the Russian president demonstrated the Hollywood star where to sign the travel permit.

The two men then rose and shook hands, with Putin saying quickly: "I salute you," and Seagal replying, in Russian: "Much thanks."

The Kremlin discharged a transcript of their visit, with Putin saying they had been talking about citizenship for some time and concurred it must be a "totally depoliticised act".

Putin said he trusted adding Seagal to the rundown of famous people who have increased Russian citizenship as of late could be viewed as "an indication of continuous standardization of the relations between our nations".

Seagal called the identification a "significant privilege" to which Putin reacted by letting him know he trusted their "own relationship will remain and proceed".

Seagal is the most recent in a string of prominent westerners to be allowed Russian citizenship in the wake of buddying up with Putin.

Veteran French performing artist GĂ©rard Depardieu was given a Russian travel permit in 2013 after the star turned into a duty oust in anger over rate climbs in his local nation.

Putin has likewise passed out citizenship to US boxer Roy Jones Jr in the wake of tasting tea with him in Crimea and to American blended military craftsman Jeff Monson.

Seagal's notoriety crested in the late 1980s and mid 1990s with movies, for example, Under Attack or more the Law, yet he remains massively prevalent in eastern Europe and was conceded Serbian citizenship in January.

Like Depardieu, he has beforehand hung out with Putin, a kindred hand to hand fighting fan, and different pioneers from the previous Soviet Union.

After Russia's extension of Crimea, Seagal called Putin "one of the immense living world pioneers" and even performed with his blues band in the attached Dark Ocean promontory.

In August, veteran Belarusian pioneer Alexander Lukashenko made Seagal eat one of his homegrown carrots in an unbalanced experience that drew joke on the web.

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