FSO explained why Putin is not strapped behind the wheel of KAMAZ

FSO explained why Putin is not strapped behind the wheel of KAMAZ

MOSCOW, may 16 — RIA Novosti. Russian President Vladimir Putin did not violate any traffic rules, while during passage through the Crimean bridge driving a KAMAZ not wearing a seat belt, because this area has not been formally expensive for General use, said RIA Novosti Deputy head of center for relations with media and public relations of the Federal security service (FSS) Denis Simonov.


Russian President Vladimir Putin may 15, opened the automobile part of the bridge across the Kerch Strait, arriving behind the wheel of a KAMAZ from Taman to Kerch almost a quarter of an hour. Putin’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, commenting on his trip on the Crimean bridge, said that the President has the right to control the truck, which he received about 20 years ago. In response to a request for comment on information that the President allegedly was not wearing a seatbelt while riding in a truck, Peskov said that he had not seen whether Putin wearing a seat belt.

The President has not violated the rules of road safety, because at that time this road has not yet been expensive for General use. On the security of the head of state is not affected, no threats were made.Dmitry Pescovitz Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation

A bridge to the Crimea from the Krasnodar region — the longest in Russia — 19 kilometers. The beginning of the movement of vehicles originally planned for December 2018, but the work was completed ahead of schedule. The flow of vehicles run on may 16.

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