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Full transcript of Vladimir Putin’s message to the Federal Assembly on February 29, 2024: text of the speech

Date: April 14, 2024 Time: 21:12:55

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Every speech before the Federal Assembly is, above all, a look into the future. And today we will talk not only about our immediate plans, but also about strategic tasks, about those issues whose solution I consider to be of fundamental importance for the safe and long-term development of the country.

This program of action and specific measures was largely formed during trips to the regions, direct conversations with workers, engineers of civil and defense factories, with doctors, teachers, scientists, volunteers, businessmen, with large families, with our heroes of front line, volunteers, soldiers and officers of the Russian Armed Forces. Of course, we understand that events of this type are being prepared. However, people’s real needs certainly come to light in these conversations. Many ideas were presented in large public and expert forums.

The proposals of citizens, their aspirations and hopes have become the basis, the core of those projects and initiatives that will continue today. I hope that your public debate continues, because we will only be able to implement all our plans together. The tasks are big.

You and I have already proven that we are capable of solving the most complex problems and responding to the most difficult challenges. For example, we repelled the aggression of international terrorism, preserved the unity of the country and did not allow it to be torn apart in due time.

To be continue…

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