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The Russian President Vladimir Putin will not keep his annual speech in front of both chambers of Parliament in 2022, although according to the constitution he is obliged to "annual messages" to be directed to a forum known as the federal assembly.

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The chief spokesman for the Kremlin, Dmitri Peskow, claimed that Putin's schedule was "very full", so that he does not talk before 2023 will keep, as the Interfax news agency reports.

Peskow contested that there were consultations with the constitutional court, but the delay replaced and said that this was not the first time.

The Kremlin had also confirmed that Putin would not hold a press conference in a year, which was characterized by the beginning of the military offensive in Ukraine in February, which is usually held at the end of the year to face the media on current topics.

news source: (Europa Press)

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