The Kremlin will no longer send reporters to the preliminary schedule of Putin


The Kremlin will not more times in a week to send to news agencies, the announcement of the working schedule of President Vladimir Putin. “The more it [distribution] is not, because the President’s schedule is not dogma. He is quite agile and often there are some sketches,” — said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov. From the newsletter decided to unsubscribe “then in order to avoid unnecessary discussions on the abolition of measures which finally did not agree,” explained Sands.

“Activities are guided and included in the schedule, but officially we don’t reaffirm, and receiving such materials, many perceive them as approved and confirmed and then make relevant statements,” — said Peskov.

On 6 July, citing sources close to the Kremlin, had been canceled by President Putin visits to the Altai, in Yakutia and Novgorod. Information about your visits then spread officials. So the holding of the state Council in the Altai announced the Deputy head of the Federal tourism Agency Alexei Konyushkov reported. About the planned visit to Yakutia was announced by President of Yakutia Egor Borisov.

After a break in public events Putin on 11 July attended by Vallam. This was reported by the press service of the Kremlin. He was present at a solemn Liturgy in the Holy Transfiguration Cathedral of the Valaam monastery, which was conducted by Patriarch Kirill.

Prior to that, the President canceled the trip and was out of sight of the media in the spring of 2015. Then he canceled a meeting with the leaders of Belarus and Kazakhstan, and appeared in public with 5 to March 16. All this time, the press service of the Kremlin published on the website the records of its closed meetings, which, as it turned out, actually was pre-recorded. Reuters sources said that the President was ill, but Peskov insisted that the head of state is healthy.