Putin says too early to discuss what he will do after 2024

  04 July 2019    Read: 1198
 Putin says too early to discuss what he will do after 2024

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with the Italian Corriere della Sera daily that there are five years of intense work ahead and it is too early make forecases about what he will do after 2024, AzVision.az reports citing the Kremlin’s website.

“It is too early to tell. There are five years of intense work ahead. Given the rapid dynamics we observe in today’s world, it is hard to make any forecasts. Believe me, I have a lot to do now, in the capacity I am in today,” Putin told the Italian daily.

The interview was published on the Kremlin website ahead of Putin's visit to Italy for talks with his counterpart, Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. Moreover, Putin is expected to hold a meeting with Pope Francis in the Vatican.

Putin’s second running six-year presidential term expires in 2024. In accordance with the Russian Constitution, one person cannot serve as the President for more than two terms in a row.


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