Putin is sworn in as the new president of Russia to officially open his fourth term.

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 Putin is sworn in as the new president of Russia to officially open his fourth term.


Overseas network 7 May local time 7 noon, Russias new president Putin was sworn in at Moscow Kremlin, officially opened fourth term, for a period of 6 years. According to the Russian satellite news agency, the inauguration ceremony began at noon, and the guard of honor escorted the Russian flag, presidential flag, constitution and presidential badge. In the accompaniment of welcome to the song, the bearers entered the Andreyev J Ki hall through the hall of St Georges and the Alexandrov J Ki hall, and put the presidential symbol on the platform. Putin entered the big Moscow Kremlin, and in the first bells of the song of the chime bell, he walked through the hall of St Georges and ALEXANDROVSKY hall in the sound of solemn music to the stage. The president of the constitutional court asked Putin to take an oath. Putin put his right hand in the constitution of Russian Federation and read the oath. He formally assumed office as president. The president of the constitutional court announces the inauguration of the president and hand over the power symbol to the president. The Russian national anthem was played in the hall, and the presidents flag was replicated as it was just above the presidential residence of Moscow Kremlin. After that, President Putin made a speech to the citizens. According to the Russian constitution, after the new president is inaugurated, the government under the leadership of Premier Medvedev will give up power. Putin will decide on the new head of government, but when the nomination will be made by the president. Remarkable achievements during the period of the Administration During the period of Putins administration, the answers were satisfactory and brilliant. In 2017, Russian diplomacy was fruitful: not only through the military action of Syria, a place in the Middle East, but also to speed up the turn east, to a certain extent, alleviated the diplomatic dilemma that had been encountered since the Ukraine crisis. Crimeas third term was filled with patriotism in Russias third term. Feelings. In addition, the Russian economy has shown signs of stabilization, and many macroeconomic indicators have improved. Despite the impact of sanctions in Europe and America, falling oil prices and ruble depreciation, Russia has shown unprecedented resistance and adaptability in the crisis. According to the Russian Central Bank research and prediction department, Russias economy grew by 1.5% in 2017, and has completely stepped out of recession. Russian Prime Minister Medvedev said, in the past 6 years, Russias GDP has increased by 5%, and in 2017, it has achieved 1.5% economic growth. Although the growth rate is small, Russias dependence on the outside world is much smaller than before. New tenure is faced with new tasks This is Putins fourth time as a Russian president. During this period, he will face many complicated tasks abroad and in China. For external purposes, Putin needs to ease relations between Russia and the United States, strive to lift sanctions against Russia and restore normal relations between Russia and Western countries. Within 6 years, Putin will complete his campaign commitments - halve poverty rate, carry out reforms to release political and economic vitality, increase infrastructure investment and improve social welfare. In addition, the Constitution stipulates that after the two presidential election, he can not continue to serve as president, so Putin will not be able to serve as president again after 6 years. So Putin is also faced with the task of cultivating a new generation of political elites in the current presidency. Despite the difficulties, Putin, known as a hard man, was confident before the election that as long as it is with the people, he will be able to lead Russia a brilliant victory over the next 10 years in the next term. Putin was born in Leningrad in 1952. (now St Petersburg). In March 2000, Putin won the presidential election for the first time and was re elected in 2004. In 2012, Putin was re elected president until now (revised Russian Constitution stipulates that the term of office of the president is 6 years). In March 2018, Russia held a presidential election. Putin, 66, was re elected by 76.69% of the high vote rate. Source: overseas web editor: Li Tian Yi _NN7528 In addition, the Constitution stipulates that after the two presidential election, he can not continue to serve as president, so Putin will not be able to serve as president again after 6 years. So Putin is also faced with the task of cultivating a new generation of political elites in the current presidency. Despite the difficulties, Putin, known as a hard man, was confident before the election that as long as it is with the people, he will be able to lead Russia a brilliant victory over the next 10 years in the next term. Putin was born in Leningrad in 1952. (now St Petersburg). In March 2000, Putin won the presidential election for the first time and was re elected in 2004. In 2012, Putin was re elected president until now (revised Russian Constitution stipulates that the term of office of the president is 6 years). In March 2018, Russia held a presidential election. Putin, 66, was re elected by 76.69% of the high vote rate.