Source Pravda.Ru

Vladimir Putin to Hit the Airwaves

On December 19, at noon, Moscow time, Russian President Vladimir Putin will be seen on Russian television channels ORT and Rossiya, as well as the radio stations Mayak and Radio Russia. This information was reported by the presidential press service. Russian media reports that the Russian president will answer the questions of Russian citizens.

According to the presidential press-service, mobile TV stations operating in regional centers, small towns, and villages of Russia help establish direct communication with the Kremlin.

Starting with midnight, December 14, Russians can call a free phone number (8-800-200-40-40) or visit the website www.linia2002.ru to ask the president questions. Russian television channels ORT and Rossiya will receive all questions, the most interesting and pressing of them will be posed to the president during his live appearance on television and radio, the presidential press-service informs.

PRAVDA.Ru

Translated by Maria Gousseva

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