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Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Kremlin did not rule out Putin’s trip for the match in Turkey

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that Vladimir Putin may visit Turkey friendly football match which will be there for team Russia. Earlier it was reported that the match can go on August 31 in Antalya. This Peskov stressed that while this trip, the President plans no.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Journalists on Friday at the briefing asked press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov on the possibility of a visit by Vladimir Putin to play a friendly match of Russian national team in Turkey. Peskov said that in the schedule for such visits is not in General the whole August is almost painted, so he does not think that the President will attend the match. At the same time, the press Secretary added: “But on the other hand nothing can be excluded”, – reports TASS.

Earlier, as reported by the sports Minister, the head of the RFU Vitaly Mutko, now considered the possibility of holding friendly matches of the Russian national team with commands of Turkey and Ghana. It is necessary that it is still approved by the head coach of Russian national team which is not yet officially appointed.

Thus in Turkish has already passed the information that the friendly match between Turkey and Russia will take place on 31 August at the resort in Antalya. Turkish journalists had included this meeting in the action plan for normalization of Russian-Turkish relations.

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