Sobyanin: the solution to Putin’s participation in the elections is good news for Moscow

Sergei Sobyanin said that the decision of Vladimir Putin to participate in the upcoming presidential elections in Russia good news for Moscow. According to the mayor of the city, the current Russian leader is kind to the capital’s development and never gives its offense.

Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that the decision of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin to participate in the upcoming presidential election the good news for the capital. About this he wrote on his Twitter page.

I think the decision of Vladimir Putin’s participation in the presidential campaign is good news for Moscow and Muscovites. Mr President loyal to Moscow, to the development of the capital never gives its offense. Took most active part in the most important projects for the city and its citizens.

— Sergey Sobyanin (@MosSobyanin) 6 Dec 2017

«I think Putin’s decision about participation in the presidential campaign is good news for Moscow and Muscovites. Mr President loyal to Moscow, to the development of the capital never gives its offense. Took most active part in the most important projects for the city and citizens», — said Sobyanin.

Earlier, Putin at the meeting with workers of the plant GAZ in Nizhny Novgorod have announced their participation in the elections of the President of Russia in 2018. The mandate of the current presidential term, the Russian leader will expire may 7, 2018.

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Sobyanin: the solution to Putin’s participation in the elections is good news for Moscow 07.12.2017

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