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GORKI, September 30 (Itar-Tass) — Dmitry Medvedev’s relatives are not glad about his plans to work as the prime minister, but support him, the Russian incumbent president said in an interview with the television channels Channel One, Rossiya, NTV, which will be broadcast at 8.30 p.m. Moscow time on Friday.
“You know that my family got accustomed to everything, but they realize that if it turns out the way we are speaking about it, if the elections have this result, if we win again the mandate to rule the state and the government, they will hardly see me more frequently than they see me now,” Medvedev noted. “Certainly, they are not happy about it, but they help me in everything,” he acknowledged.