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MOSCOW, December 23. /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Monday that he could run for a third mayoral term.
“Of course, I do not rule out anything. But I have been an elected mayor only for three months. So I will still have time to think everything over,” Sobyanin said in an interview with The Village Internet magazine.
Asked what Moscow will look like in five years from now, he noted that the city had programs for developing medicine, education and transport. “If we put everything together, I believe that the style of life and the general atmosphere should be different. The city should be kinder and more comfortable for its people,” Sobyanin went on to say.
The mayor said that one project would not be enough to make the city more comfortable for living. “We need a combination of projects so that people could feel that Moscow has become more comfortable,” Sobyanin emphasized.