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The President of Russia Vladimir Putin admitted that he would not go for a fourth term, if tired. The head of state said in an interview with the American Director Oliver stone, the transcript of which was published a press-service of the Kremlin.
Stone asked the President if he was tired, to which Putin replied in the negative. “If I’m tired, I would not go to fourth [period],” added the Russian leader.
During the meeting in June, direct line, Putin also said that he is not tired of being President. In a July interview with the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, talking about plans after the presidency, the politician said that he has another five years of hard work and it is early to speak about what he will do after this time.
In 2018, Vladimir Putin won the presidential election. His current term in office expires in 2024. During this time he, in particular, has set the task to run 12 national projects, which, according to the President, needs to increase the standard of living of Russians, and to ensure the security of the country in the long term.
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