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Vladimir Putin branded 'one of world's greatest leaders' by Hollywood star

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Hollywood actor and Russian citizen Steven Seagal has branded President Vladimir Putin "one of the greatest world leaders" in a strange birthday message as the Russian leader turns 70.Six months after the American-born actor celebrated his 70th birthday in Moscow with a lavish dinner, Steven has sent his regards to Putin for his milestone birthday.On October 7 (yesterday), Putin turned 70 and Steven sent him a very bizarre birthday message where he gushed over the president despite what is going on in Ukraine after the Russian invasion took place in February this year (2022).READ NEXT: Terrifying moment Crimean Bridge was rocked by explosion damaging Putin's key crossingSteven uploaded a slew of clips that saw him deliver the message to his Instagram stories.With subtitles written in Russian, the Under Siege actor spoke in English as he addressed his 480,000 Instagram followers.He said: "Today is President Putin’s birthday.

I just think that we are now living in very, very trying times. He is one of the greatest world leaders and one the greatest presidents in the world."He went on: "And I am really hoping and praying that he gets the support and the love and the respect that he needs. "And that all the tribulations that are going on now will be over soon, and we will be living in a world of peace."Taking to Twitter to discuss the strange video message, one person shared the video along with a quote from it and added: "What a weird bromance."Back in April at Seagal's birthday meal, he said: "I love all of you and we stand together, through thick and through thin," when speaking to the guests in attendance.

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