On January 15, 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered his 16th Address to the Federal Assembly. During this annual speech, the head of state traditionally sets out his assessment of the state of affairs in the country and his vision of main objectives for the future. This year, Putin’s speech was broadcast live almost everywhere – on the facades of buildings, in public transport, at clinics, hospitals, airports, libraries, on Mount Elbrus and even on board the International Space Station. Putin paid first priority attention to such issues as increasing the birth rate in Russia, increasing the income level of citizens, supporting young families, overcoming poverty and economic stagnation.Economists, experts and many public figures believe there will be no “revolutionary” or “breakthrough” suggestions, because they are simply no such suggestions per se. Putin started his speech with saying that there is a demand for a change in the Russian society….
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January 15, 2020 | Pravda | Shares: 84