Monday, April 20, 2015

“Russia 1″ will show the film to the anniversary of Putin’s presidency – RBC

The TV channel “Russia 1″ April 26 will show a film about the Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to on the channel’s website. The show will tape timed to the 15th anniversary of Putin’s election.

The film will be shown “great turning points of the policy, which decided the fate of the world, geopolitical interests, ambitions of Russia.” The authors of the film are wondering where the president is leading the country today. Will also be shown the chronicle of events, unique shooting personal statements of the president, interview representatives of Russian business and the first persons of Russia.

As previously reported, the presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov, Putin did not mark the anniversary of his election as head of state.

Vladimir Putin was elected for the first time for the presidency of March 26, 2000. In 2004, he was re-elected head of state, and in 2008 became prime minister. In 2012, Putin was re-elected president of Russia.



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