The widow of the first President of Russia Naina Yeltsin said that Yekaterinburg has changed since her youth. Her words leads TASS on Wednesday, February 1.
“I come every year see new places. Of course, I can’t follow every change, I just know well the places where we lived, and we lived in many places, in any case, it apartments six,” she said.
Yeltsin added that he is considering the opportunity to tour a memorial for her in the Ural.
On 1 February, the day of the 86th anniversary of the birth of the first President of Russia Naina Yeltsin, read “the Presidential center B. N. Yeltsin”, Yekaterinburg fragments of his memoirs to be published in March of this year.
The Yeltsin center was opened in November 2015. There are Museum, library, archive, educational and children’s centres, and exhibition halls.
Boris Yeltsin led the country in 1991. Five years later he was re-elected for a second term. December 31, 1999, the politician announced his resignation.