Announcement of events
On December 17, Vladimir Putin will hold the 16th major press conference. This year, amid the coronavirus pandemic, it will be held in a new format, with elements of the "Direct Line". As the press secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov said earlier, not only media representatives, but also all citizens of the country will be able to ask the president a question. Vladimir Putin's annual conversation will begin at noon Moscow time. Live broadcast will be conducted by TV channels "Russia 1", "Russia 24", Channel One, NTV and "MIR", as well as radio stations "Mayak", "Vesti FM" and "Radio Russia".
You can also contact the head of state through a call center, a special site "Moscow to Putin" or a mobile application. With its help, you can send a previously recorded video with a question (the duration of such a video cannot be more than a minute), as well as a text message. The questions received from the Russians are processed by the volunteers of the All-Russian Popular Front (ONF). The main topics of the appeals relate to pensions, rights of equity holders, distance learning, prices in stores, volunteers said on the air of the Russia 24 TV channel. In addition, citizens are interested in the fight against the pandemic and social issues, payments. Dmitry Peskov did not predict how the combination of the two formats - the big press conference and the Direct Line - would affect the duration of the event, but expressed confidence that it would be "very long and rich in content." In 2019, Putin answered media questions for 4 hours 18 minutes.To return
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