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MOSCOW, September 7. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin will on Monday attend a forum of the All-Russia People’s Front (ONF) dedicated to healthcare problems, the Kremlin press service reported.
The event is taking place on September 6-7 in the Expocenter in downtown Moscow.
The head of state will attend a plenary meeting and before that "visit an exhibition of the forum that will present new domestic developments in the sphere of medicine and healthcare," the press service said.
Putin regularly attends forums and conferences of the All-Russia People’s Front, whose establishment he initiated in 2011. Thus, in spring 2015, Putin spoke in St. Petersburg at an ONF media forum, and last November he spoke at another forum in Moscow.
The current forum has gathered over 600 people - regional activists of the ONF, government members and other officials, scientists, practicing physicians and medical university lecturers, as well as representatives of public organizations, pharmaceutical and insurance companies, domestic manufacturers of medical equipment.