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LONDON, July 30 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev does not rule out that he will run for Russian president at the presidential elections in 2018.
“I am a not very elderly politician, I has never ruled out that in the future – I am not going to quit the political life yet – I will run for president, if it is interesting for our people,” the Russian prime minister said in an interview with The Times newspaper on Monday.
“I do not rule out anything for myself, I am staying in the heat of the political life, I am working much and I am going to do the same in the future,” Medvedev pledged.