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MOSCOW, January 24. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin is due to make a working trip to the North Caucasian Federal District on Monday and take part in a plenary session of the inter-regional forum of the All-Russia People's Front in Stavropol, the Kremlin press service said.
The president will also visit the North-Caucasus Federal University where he will meet with students and teachers of the major scientific and educational center of southern Russia on Monday, marking Tatiana’s Day or Students Day.
The first inter-regional forum of the All-Russia People's Front this year opened on Sunday. The two-day forum is expected to draw more than 600 people, the organizers say.
The All-Russia People's Front is a movement launched in Russia in 2011 at Putin’s initiative. Its key goals are to control the implementation of the presidential decrees and to fight against corruption. Putin was elected its leader in June 2013.