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Russian State Television to Air Live Interview With Dmitry Medvedev

Dmitry Medvedev attends the East Asia Summit (EAS) plenary session during the ASEAN Summit in Naypyitaw in November.

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev plans to hold a live question-and-answer session with Russia's state-run television on Wednesday.

The program is scheduled to run on Rossia-1 television channel at noon, the programming lineup said, without specifying the content of the questions.

President Vladimir Putin will hold his annual news conference a week later, on Dec. 18, according to the Kremlin website. The president also made his annual state of the nation address last week.

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