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MOSCOW, June 17 (Itar-Tass) - During the G8 summit in Northern Ireland Russian President Vladimir Putin will dive in the morning into the chilly water of Lough Erne, The Times reports.
This is because “President Obama had reserved the gym at the Lough Erne Resort, pushing his Russian counterpart into the lake,” the newspaper says.
British police sources have confirmed this information to the newspaper. It says “the water may be a chilly, but that’s how the President likes it.”
“He has, after all, swum in Siberia,” the newspaper reminds its readers. The Sun has also mentioned the situation around the gym.