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YESSENTUKI, Stavropol Territory, February 18 (Itar-Tass) — About 2,000 people taken part in a rally for the president’s policy and for the Russian prime minister in Stavropol on Saturday.
The rally is organised by the United Russia party. Participants in the rally called for preserving stability and resisting all forces, trying to split the society and destabilise the situation in the country. Young people and students took an active part in the rally. They bore posters with slogans, “Professionals Should Rule the Country”, “Putin Is Ruling”, and “Putin-Russia-Caucasus”.
“The country is advancing steadily towards renovation and development and any people, who demand radical reforms, are only making a mark,” the participants in the rally said.
They adopted a resolution, “We are for Putin!”