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Russians, Prepare Your Questions: 'Direct Line With Putin' Scheduled for Thursday

President Vladimir Putin will answer the public's questions regarding the state of country and the international situation on Thursday at noon.

This will be the 14th annual “Direct Line with Vladimir Putin” program and will be broadcast on the television channels Channel One, Rossia 1 and Rossia 24 and radio stations Mayak, Vesti FM and Radio Russia.

As in previous years, invited studio guests and citizens throughout Russia will be able to ask Putin questions in person, by telephone, email, instant messenger services, as well as video recordings.

Questions for the president shall be collected throughout the week, and the most interesting and relevant will be put to Putin during the live broadcast, according to the event announcement on the Kremlin website.

Questions can be submitted via the program website moskva-putinu.ru, and the social network VKontakte has created a group through which people can submit questions.

Submissions must be in Russian.

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