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MOSCOW, May 7 (Itar-Tass) — President Vladimir Putin assured that he would work with “sincere and honest thoughts” at the top state post.
“We shall score success for sure, given we rely on the rock-firm foundation of cultural and spiritual traditions of our multinational people, on our history and values that always were the moral basis of our life,” claimed the new head of state.
In Putin’s opinion, “if everyone lives honestly, with belief and love for the homeland, for his ancestors and cares for happiness of his children and well-being of parents”.
“We want and shall live in a democratic country where everyone has freedom and space for applying talent and labour as well as his force. We want and shall live in a successful Russia which is respected in the world as a reliable, open, honest and predictable partner,” Putin stressed.
“I believe in the force of our common goals and ideals, in the force of our determination to transform the country, in the force of joint efforts of citizens and our common aspiration for freedom, truth and justice,” the president continued.
Putin underlined: “We are ready for future tests and future accomplishments.” “Russia has great history and no less great future,” the head of state said with confidence.
“We shall work with faith in our soul, with sincere and honest thoughts,” Putin promised.
“Thank you,” he told Russians.