Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annual question and answer session, known as the Direct Line with Vladimir Putin, will not be held until fall, the dates may be determined in September, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters Friday.
“The time will be determined, [the date] will be set. Due to the busy schedule, we did not have time to hold a Direct Line at the beginning of summer. Many people are on vacation right now, so they probably won’t be able to watch it as much as they would like. Early September, the first half of September, is the beginning of the season: the political season, and in general, the revival of domestic life after the summer period. And then there we will definitely set a date, and we will inform you accordingly,” he said, referring to the timing of the event.
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