When G7 officials mock the image of Putin’s ‘macho’ shirtless riding a horse

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Russian President Vladimir Putin bare-chested while riding a horse. Putin’s action became a mockery of the G7 officials who were meeting in Germany.

Reported Reuters, Monday (27/6/2022), the G7 leaders mocked the image of ‘macho’ Putin in a meeting held in the Bavarian Alps, Germany. The mockery at Putin began when British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked if they should take off their jackets or if they should even take off their shirts.

“We have to show that we are tougher than Putin,” Johnson said to laughter from some of his colleagues.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau then chimed in. He says they have to ride shirtless horses.

“Riding shirtless horses,” Trudeau said.

Vladimir Putin on a horse in 2009. (AFP PHOTO / RIA-NOVOSTI / ALEXEY DRUZHININ (Photo by ALEXEY DRUZHININ / RIA NOVOSTI / AFP)

The banter continued. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen later said horseback riding was the best course of action.

“Oh yes. Horseback riding is the best,” said European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

About Putin’s Action on Horseback Riding Shirtless

Putin, who prides himself on the image sportyher, several times caught on camera shirtless. Taking pictures Putin The shirtless, released by Russian news agencies, includes a photo in which he is shirtless while riding a horse.

In the photo, Putin is seen wearing sunglasses, a gold necklace and army trousers. Putin is seen riding a brown horse against a mountain backdrop.

The G7 leaders mocked as they discussed efforts to further isolate Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. The invasion has killed thousands and forced millions to flee.

Britain, Canada, Japan and the United States announced steps to ban imports of Russian gold. The G7 also includes France, Italy and Germany.

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