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Merkel was reported to have shown "apparent discomfort" As a result, Irena Lesnevskaya, the President of , asked "So who else here can so bark at the President? In the public eye [ ] In December 2004, Konni was taken to a children's 's Eve party at the by Putin
In December 2000, Konni was presented to President Vladimir Putin as a gift by When visited Putin's residence at , Konni was there to greet both leaders

" Konni then proceeded to sniff the Chancellor, and sat at her feet.

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Bohlen, Celestine 16 June 2014
Konni (dog)
" Konni responded to simple commands given to her by Putin, including "down! While Putin was on stage giving a speech to the media, politicians and the public, Konni managed to escape from her holdings and joined her owner on stage
Konni (dog)
'" At a meeting with Putin in Sochi in March 2003, and again in April 2005, , who regarded Konni as a "friend", attempted to call the dog to him; however, Konni did not respond, except for yawning at the Belarusian President on several occasions, before getting up and instead going over to the journalists who had gathered to cover the meeting
Konni, in what appeared to be an expression of dissatisfaction for not being allowed to "participate" in the meeting, then continued barking, and refused several orders by Putin to come to him, leading Lesnevskaya to ask, "So who else can disobey the President? Shanker, Thom; 14 July 2006 Ivanov advised Putin that collars for pets would be available in mid-2008
Russian foreign affairs [ ] Konni at a meeting with Putin and Shchedrov, Oleg 24 December 2007

Russian politics [ ] In February 2005, the We Youth Movement, a member of coalition, started a campaign to promote Konni for President.

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recalled an incident in 2003, when journalists travelled to Sochi to discuss various issues with the President
Konni (dog)
Upon arrival at , Konni, who was described as cheerful and inquisitive, greeted the journalists
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Kolesnikov, Andrey 5 April 2005