Press conference of Russian President Vladimir Putin will be held on December 17. According to political analysts, the main focus of journalists will make on the socio-economic issues and the situation in the Russian economy, as well as on the issues of the international agenda.
MOSCOW, 15 Dec –. Politicians expect from journalists at a large press conference of Russian President Vladimir Putin on December 17 pressing issues and believe that the main focus of Russian journalists will make on the socio-economic issues and the situation in the Russian economy taking into account falling oil prices, but the international agenda will also be presented – foreign media representatives will be interested in Russia’s further actions in foreign policy.
Vice-President of the Center for political technologies Alexei Makarkin believes that the issues will mainly refer to two large blocks — socio-economic and foreign policy.
In the first case we will talk about what awaits the Russian economy in conditions of further fall in oil prices, what will happen to the guarantees of social rights of citizens – this issue is now very worried about the regions, said the expert. The foreign block, in his opinion, you can expect questions about the relationship between Russia and the West and a whole range of issues related to middle East issues, including the situation in Syria and relations between Russia and Turkey. The expert has not excluded that will be affected and the Ukrainian subject.
“Now, I think many are waiting what will be said about raising the retirement age, this is one of the important topics of the agenda. May be the question of whether those social guarantees, which are now available to the citizens. May be the question of how in such a situation to exist small business. Of course, the world community will primarily be interested in what to expect from Russia in foreign policy, but the bulk of the questions, probably, will be internal,” said Makarkin.
He expects the issues of foreign policy will be ask including foreign journalists, and representatives of the Russian media, rather, will focus on domestic issues.
The CEO of the Center for political information Alexei Mukhin sure that the press conference will be applied and critical issues.
“In recent years, the society agitated anti-corruption campaign and watching her in the media. So I think that journalists will be concerned with is all this “celebration” will continue? Most likely, Vladimir Putin will not give a definite answer, I refer to the law enforcement authorities. But according to my information, this “celebration” will continue. In development now is about a dozen regional governors, heads of regions plus a sufficient number of Federal officials. And I understand that you expect a serious rotation in the Executive vertical,” — said the expert.
To be affected and the effectiveness of government actions during the crisis. “Some tension trying to remove Dmitry Medvedev, but the issues still remain and respond to only the head of state”, — said the Agency interlocutor.