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MOSCOW, December 13 (Itar-Tass) — A special program titled “Conversations with Vladimir Putin. To Be Continued” will go on air at 12:00 Moscow time on December 15. It will be broadcast by the Rossiya-1 and Rossiya-24 television channels, the Mayak radio station, Vesti FM and Radio of Russia.
Like in previous years, during his Q & A session Putin will answer questions that worry the citizens of Russia. Not only guests in the studio but also those to whom the premier is going to talk during live-ins from various Russian cities will have a chance to pose a question to the prime minister. Anybody who’s going to call or send an SMS to the single information processing center or will visit the program’s site will be able to ask Putin a question during a live broadcast.
The single information centre started collecting questions for the prime minister early on Tuesday, December 13. It will work until the end of Putin’s Q & A session on December 15.