Medvedev asked not to turn to war presidential elections


RIA Novosti

Wednesday, April 19, Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev during his speech with a report on the work of the government in the state Duma, asked not to turn the war in the upcoming presidential election. According to him, it will benefit only those who are not worried about the welfare of the country. It is reported by RIA Novosti.

“Struggle, as in any presidential race, she will naturally serious. But, I would like to specifically stress this in this room, we have never turned a political struggle into a war and do not intend to,” – said Medvedev.

According to him, at the moment in Russia and so enough variety of difficulty. “And if we spend more time on populism, on speculation, to inflate the empty conflict – it will benefit only those who hardly ever care, how to live in Russia, those who want to isolate and weaken our country,” he said.

The Prime Minister also noted that differences can not be avoided. But stick to the main common goal – to develop the country in order to “provide people with a prosperous life”.

Election of the President of Russia will be held in March 2018.