The President of Russia Vladimir Putin after a working trip in the Amur region has arrived to Buryatia. It is reported by TASS on Thursday, August 3.
In Ulan-Ude the head of the state “will deal with issues of environment, development of lake Baikal and Buryatia,” said earlier his press Secretary Dmitry Peskov. The graph of the President on Friday also scheduled a meeting with the acting head of Buryatia Alexey Tsydenov.
On August 3, Putin held in Blagoveshchensk. In particular, he got acquainted with the construction site of the Amur gas processing plant and visited the Nizhne-Bureiskaya hydroelectric power station.
On the way from Moscow to the Amur region the President made a stop in southern Siberia, where he went fishing. According to Peskov, it was “even more interesting” than the one when Putin caught a 21-kilogram pike. Details, he promised to reveal later.