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SARATOV, September 5 (Itar-Tass) — Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said he has practically no free time for leisure.
“As for my leisure, this is how we spend our leisure timer with you. Leisure is fungible commodity. In fact, fortunately or not, but I have almost no time left for leisure. I may try to relax a little bit in the evening and play some sport, but that’s about it. And this is my routine for the whole week,” Medvedev said at a meeting with United Russia members in Saratov on Wednesday, September 5.
The prime minister also said that he has to travel a lot to different regions and has a rather busy schedule. “But I like it,” he added.
Speaking of the books he reads, Medvedev said he has been reading Gogol’s “Dead Souls” lately. “This may surprise you,” he said and admitted that he was “greatly enjoying Gogol’s style”.