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MOSCOW, February 13 (Itar-Tass) —— The Moscow city administration has asked the supporters of Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin to move their march from downtown to the Luzhniki Stadium in the southwest or at the Poklonnaya Hill in the west of the city on February 23.
Putin’s election headquarters led by film director Stanislav Govorukhin was officially notified of the city administration’s proposal on Monday, February 13.
“I think we will work this out today or tomorrow,” Deputy Moscow Mayor Alexander Gorbenko said.
“The firm position of the Mayor’s Office is that the march should be moved from [central] Tverskaya Street elsewhere,” he said, adding that the rally would most likely be held at Luzhniki.