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MOSCOW, March 29. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Deputy Premier Dmitry Rogozin, as a citizen, supports the idea of bringing together all Russians who found themselves beyond national borders of the Russian Federation. He said this in an interview with the “Nedelya” programme on Ren-TV.
“I should note that borders of states have always been flexible,” he said, when asked what he thinks about restoration of national unity. “It’s not for me to write history. It’s peoples who write their history. If some peoples want reunification with the Russian Federation, restoration of a powerful Russia, I, personally, if you ask me as a citizen, not as the tenant of this office [deputy prime minister’s] am all for this,” Rogozin said.