Putin Feeling Global Pressure on MH17 Response

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July 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote reports on mounting international pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin over the downing of flight MH17 in Ukraine. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Russia and vladimir putin this monday?

You have to watch very carefully what he says over the next 24 hours.

He made a statement yesterday where he said the separatists should absolutely cooperate with international investigators and ensure their security, and that going forward, diplomatic means should be used exclusively, that there should be no more fighting.

Those are the kinds of things that western leaders want to hear.

There was also that comment from the german foreign ministry, where it was president clinton pot -- that it was president putin's last opportunity.

Watch him try to avert those sanctions.

We talked about this image before that mr.

Hooton -- that mr.

Putin works in a vacuum.

Does he have a council giving him advice?

Yes, he does.

The question is, who is in the council?

Increasingly over the last three or four years we have seen people from a security services background.

The idea of russia taking responsibility, owning up to some kind of responsibility, is probably not something they are willing to entertain.

But he also might be hearing other voices, and believe me, they will be russian officials who will be very concerned about the prospect of russia becoming a pariah state.

I know you spoke with the ukrainian prime minister over the weekend.

Listen to what he had to say this morning about the recovery effort.

These bloody guerrillas do not tell the train to leave the area.

We expect the train will leave the area as soon as possible.

Give us some context.

What did you learn from him over the weekend?

290 people killed, so far 272 bodies recovered.

This is bristly stuff.

-- this is grisly stuff.

231 of the bodies have been loaded onto rail cars, and they are pretty much stuck at the station at the crash site.

The idea is that they are to be taken to a ukrainian site that is under control of the government, unlike the crash site, which is under the control of the separatists.

The plan is now to send the bodies to the netherlands.

Remember, the majority of the people were dutch, so they could be identified outside the country.

Ryan chilcote, thank you.

Our editor of foreign affairs, also the council on foreign relations.

We also have john malloy.

I want to start with gideon.

There are ways to dissect what is going on in ukraine.

The first one sees this as a turning point for moscow and how this could really change vladimir putin's position.

Do you agree with that?

I actually don't. the question about this being a

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