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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Putin spoke about the differences with his sons-in-law

Today, the American channel Showtime starts showing a four-part documentary by Oliver stone about the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. In anticipation of the premiere television published a fragment of a great interview. In it the Russian leader talks about his daughters, and their relations with their sons-in-law. Vladimir Putin also expressed regret that he didn’t have time to play with my grandchildren.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Vladimir Putin told American film Director Oliver stone about his daughters and about the relationship with sons-in-law.

The daughter of the President of Russia is not engaged in political or commercial activities, and has dedicated his life to science and education. According to the head of the Russian state, both his daughters married and he meets with them and their families.

“They have their own family life and we meet,” – said the Russian leader.

Stone asked the question as to whether Putin and his brothers-in-law divergence of opinion on particular issues.

“There are different points of view. We’re not arguing, we are discussing,” – said the President.

Stone noticed Vladimir Putin that he was very lucky with children. To which he replied: “I’m proud of them”.

The President expressed regret that he rarely got to play with their grandchildren: “Very rarely, unfortunately.”

Earlier in an interview with the Los Angeles Times the author of the film about the Russian President, film Director Oliver stone said that while working on a painting he had not put any restrictions and do not forbid to ask any questions.

“During our fellowship no restrictions I imposed, none of the questions were not prohibited. No one is required to review and approve them in advance. Everything was completely under my control,” said the Director.


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