Is the Kremlin considering Elon Musk’s request to Putin to join him for a chat?

On February 14th, CEO of SpaceX, Tesla and billionaire Elon Musk made an unusual request via a tweet on the social networking app, Twitter, on which he is known to stir up the internet.

Reuters reports, an invitation from Tesla boss Elon Musk for Russian President Vladimir Putin to join him for a chat on a social networking app? “Very interesting,” the Kremlin said on Monday.

Musk followed up with a tweet in Russian, translating to “It would be a great honour to speak with you.”

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call: “In general, this is of course a very interesting proposal, but we need to understand what is meant, what is being proposed… first we need to check, then we will react.”

Clubhouse, a San Francisco-based app that was launched last year requires newcomers to be invited by existing users before they can join. It offers a selection of audio chat rooms that are divided by topic.




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