Speaking at the opening of an annual arms show outside Moscow that caters to foreign customers, Putin said that Russia’s arms exports play an important role in the development of a "multipolar word.”
"It is clear that Vladimir Putin is responsible for heinous war crimes," Canadian PM said at a news conference with the Ukrainian leader, adding that "there must be accountability" and that he had "witnessed firsthand the brutality of Russia's illegal war."
Ambassador Sergey Andreev told reporters he and his team were not seriously hurt in the incident, TASS news agency reported.
Speaking to Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Thursday, Putin said that Moscow was ready to make a "significant contribution" to averting the food crisis if the West lifts the sanctions.
Jill Biden called the show of solidarity "amazing" but also "just the beginning.” She said it was inspiring for Romanians "to welcome all these refugees into their homes and offer them food and clothing and shelter and give them their hearts.
Ukraine's defence ministry said in a statement an armed drone had destroyed a Serna-class landing craft and an missile defence system at the small island under Russian control.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Moscow's military action in Ukraine was not responsible for the global food crisis, instead blaming the West for preventing the export of Russian grain.
Russia's TASS agency said 23 Kherson residents received a Russian passport at a ceremony through a "simplified procedure" facilitated by a decree signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin in May.
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry said on Twitter, "The two volunteer paramedics (Cuba) and (Alaska) have left their jobs as a fashion designer and as a media person, to defend Ukraine."
Addressing the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, Putin said, "we are strong people and can cope with any challenge. Like our ancestors, we will solve any problem, the entire thousand-year history of our country speaks of this."