Putin to end election campaign by rally in Crimea on March 14

Source : 112 Ukraine

Earlier it was reported that Putin can come to Crimea on March 18
12:19, 12 March 2018

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The election campaign of Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia will end in Crimea on March 14. Dmitry Peskov, the spokesperson of Putin confirmed this information as Dozhd reported.

‘It is the anniversary of the referendum. It is very important in Crimea and Sevastopol and it is celebrated’, he emphasized.

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According to the sources of the title, Putin will hold a lot of events in the peninsula but a rally in Sevastopol will be the main.

‘It is expected that it will be the rally of many thousands, it is focused on the whole country – the president will remind the voters on the four years old events when the peninsula was annexed to Russia’, the message said.

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Also, Putin will discuss the pace of the construction of the Crimean bridge (possibly, he will claim about the near facility commissioning) and inspect the building of new terminal of Simferopol Airport during the visit.

It will be the second rally during the election campaign. On March 3, Putin visited the first one in Moscow that gathered 130, 000 of people in Luzhniki Stadium.

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Earlier the mass media reported that Putin can come to Crimea on March 18, the day of the election. Kremlin discussed such variant but later refused from it as the source closed to the presidential administration reported. It is likely that Putin will be in Moscow and vote at the place of his registration on the Election Day.

Initially, Kremlin planned that Putin will visit almost all federal districts but some of the trips were canceled due to his disease.

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