Putin called unforgivable for history error


Vladimir Putinto: Sergey Bobylev / RIA Novosti

Russia needs to be modern and dynamic, dare to accept the challenges of time, because history is not forgiving of complacency, said the President of Russia Vladimir Putin at the inauguration ceremony, which was held in the Grand Kremlin Palace on Monday, 7 may. The broadcast of the event led the First channel.

“History does not forgive indifference and inconsistency of relaxation”, he said after the inauguration.

The head of state added that Russia needs a breakthrough in all spheres of life, and this can only be a society without “deep conservatism” and “bureaucratic carrion”.

At the beginning of his speech, Putin thanked citizens for their support and trust, and also assured that he believes the meaning of his life to do everything for the welfare of the country.

Putin won the elections on March 18, typing 76,69% of the votes (of 56.4 million people). This is the fourth term of Vladimir Putin as President, the first time he led the state in 2000, then in 2004. From 2008 to 2012, the post of President was taken by Dmitry Medvedev in September 2011 Putin announced that he would go to a new presidential term, which since 2012 has increased from four to six years.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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