The meeting will be held in St. Petersburg on December 14. Also, the Russian President will take part in the closing ceremony of the year of literature in the IV St. Petersburg international cultural forum at the Hermitage.
MOSCOW, 13 Dec. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin on 14 December in St. Petersburg will discuss with the judges of the constitutional court to ensure the supremacy and direct action of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens, the press service of the Kremlin on Sunday.
“Fourteenth of December in St. Petersburg on the occasion of Constitution Day, Vladimir Putin will hold an annual meeting with judges of the constitutional court of the Russian Federation. It is expected to touch on issues of ensuring the supremacy and direct action of the Constitution of the Russian Federation on the territory of the country, the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens”, — stated in the message.
It is also reported that the Russian President will take part in the IV St. Petersburg international cultural forum at the Hermitage, in particular in the plenary session of the Forum on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of UNESCO, and will meet with the Director General of the UN educational, scientific and cultural organization Irina Bokova.
The Russian President will also participate in the closing ceremony of the Year of literature. The press service of the Kremlin recalls that the next year in accordance with the decree of the President is the Year of Russian cinema.