Putin did not part with a volume of Pushkin on the signing of the documents of the CIS summit
DUSHANBE, September 28 — RIA Novosti. Russian President Vladimir Putin was reading “Eugene Onegin” during the ceremony of signing the documents at the CIS summit.
First, Putin put the book on the left, but putting a few signatures, took the novel Pushkin and flipped through a few pages.
Brought a new batch of documents, the President put his signature and again opened the book. Now read a few lines, again signed the documents, went back to reading.
The President again had to be postponed “Eugene Onegin” to the side, when to him after the ceremony and hooked the head of Moldova Igor Dodon.
When the Russian leader stood up from the table, the book he took with him. At this point he was approached by the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinian, they briefly spoke. Pushkin remained in the hand of the President.