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MOSCOW, January 25 (Itar-Tass) — Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is ready to meet with representatives of the opposition, if they have something to say.
Answering a question whether Medvedev considers it necessary to explain his stance to the rally participants, as some of them are unhappy with his presidency, he said: “I am not afraid of anything, just because I work as President, and I can make explanations to anyone, I will not specially go out to explain myself to people at rallies, which are devoted to the results of the elections or something else.” “If someone needs to tell me something, I am ready to meet him without any problems, including with representatives of the people who come to these rallies,” he said at a meeting with students at Moscow State University’s journalism department. “Speaking at rallies is not what the president does,” he said.