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Thursday, September 21, 2017

The three volumes of “tablets” with Putin’s speeches published in Moscow


At the book festival, the opening of which will take place today in Moscow, near the Kremlin, will be presented three-volume collection of speeches of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin called “Direct speech”.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The collection includes various appearances of Putin in the past 15 years, from 2000 to 2015. The compiler has included in this edition is not only the “most important statements and interviews”, but the answers to the questions of journalists, as well as performances at various international venues.

Note that the annotations collection is called “the tablets, which recorded events from the history of Russia”. According to the text, it is necessary to “governors and deputies, mayors of cities and heads of administrations of settlements, historians, political scientists, diplomats, students”.

Read, as Bastrykin became a writer.

Publishing house “the Belfry-M”, as reported on his website, “awarded diplomas and certificates of the state Duma of the Russian Federation, government of Moscow, the General staff of the Russian Federation” for his Patriotic books, but they (“the Stalingrad epic”, “Fire arc”, etc.), its activity is not limited.

Along with these books, the publishing house also produces magazines “Home encyclopedia” and “Jolly Joker”.

Note that among the book’s preference of Vladimir Putin appears solely classic: so, over the years of his reign among the favorite books he called the texts of Leo Tolstoy, Ernest Hemingway, Vladimir Nabokov and Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Ivan Turgenev, and Mikhail Prishvin.

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