Source Pravda.Ru

Putin says he dreams to finish his career successfully

Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with factory workers in Chelyabinsk said his dram was to "successfully finish his career." He also admitted that he enjoys traveling, RBC reports.

One of the employees asked Putin if he had a dream.

"I want to successfully end my career," said Putin.

When asked about a hobby, Vladimir Putin said that he was fond of traveling.

"Today, all of my travels are reduced to coming to the airport, then moving to a building, then back to the airport, and this is pretty much it," the president said.

He would like to travel in a "different way, to see nature and historical sites."

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