• Putin has suggested to develop the law of the Russian nation

  • The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has offered to work on the creation of the law of the Russian nation. On Monday, October 31, he said at a meeting of the Council for interethnic relations in Astrakhan, the correspondent "Tapes.ru".

    "But what certainly can and should be implemented — is just above that we need to think in practical terms, start to work — this is the law of the Russian nation", — said the head of state.

    Putin suggested that the basis for law can be a strategy for the development of national relations in Russia. "Our strategy, which we have developed, and to transform — but it needs work too as it should", — he explained.

    The President also supported the idea to hold the year of unity of the Russian nation, but noted that it should be selected so that it does not overlap with an already declared.

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