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Russia: Sevastopol takes part in Putin Q for the first time02:33

Russia: Sevastopol takes part in Putin Q for the first time

Russian Federation, Sevastopol
April 17, 2014 at 20:44 GMT +00:00 · Published

Russia: Sevastopol takes part in Putin QA for the first time

Residents of Sevastopol gathered to listen to Russian PresW/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

W/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

M/S Two police officers

W/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

M/S Women watching QA

M/S Women watching QA

W/S Large television screen

M/S People clapping

M/S Woman asking Putin a question

W/S People watching on TV as Putin responds to question

W/S Russian naval officers

M/S Russian naval officers

W/S Crowd

W/S People watching QA

W/S People watching QA

W/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

W/S Russian Navy missile carrier in water

W/S Russian Navy missile carrier in water

W/S Residents and Russian Navy missile carrier in Sevastopol Russia: Sevastopol takes part in Putin QA for the first time

Residents of Sevastopol gathered to listen to Russian President Vladimir Putin's annual Q A session Thursday, watching the event of three large televisions set up for the event. Residents were also able to call-in questions to Putin.

This year first time a free line has been opened to residents living in Crimea. Over a thousand people reportedly gathered on Primorsky Boulevard to take part at the session.

During his first phone-in in 2001 Mr. Putin received some 400,000 questions. Last year the question and answer session lasted for 4 hours and 48 minutes and there were more than 3 million questions asked.

ident Vladimir Putin's annual Q A session Thursday, watching the event of three large televisions set up for the event. Residents were also able to call-in questions to Putin.

This year first time a free line has been opened to residents living in Crimea. Over a thousand people reportedly gathered on Primorsky Boulevard to take part at the session.

During his first phone-in in 2001 Mr. Putin received some 400,000 questions. Last year the question and answer session lasted for 4 hours and 48 minutes and there were more than 3 million questions asked.

Russia: Sevastopol takes part in Putin Q for the first time02:33
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Russia: Sevastopol takes part in Putin QA for the first time

Residents of Sevastopol gathered to listen to Russian PresW/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

W/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

M/S Two police officers

W/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

M/S Women watching QA

M/S Women watching QA

W/S Large television screen

M/S People clapping

M/S Woman asking Putin a question

W/S People watching on TV as Putin responds to question

W/S Russian naval officers

M/S Russian naval officers

W/S Crowd

W/S People watching QA

W/S People watching QA

W/S Sevastopol residents watching Vladimir Putin's QA

W/S Russian Navy missile carrier in water

W/S Russian Navy missile carrier in water

W/S Residents and Russian Navy missile carrier in Sevastopol Russia: Sevastopol takes part in Putin QA for the first time

Residents of Sevastopol gathered to listen to Russian President Vladimir Putin's annual Q A session Thursday, watching the event of three large televisions set up for the event. Residents were also able to call-in questions to Putin.

This year first time a free line has been opened to residents living in Crimea. Over a thousand people reportedly gathered on Primorsky Boulevard to take part at the session.

During his first phone-in in 2001 Mr. Putin received some 400,000 questions. Last year the question and answer session lasted for 4 hours and 48 minutes and there were more than 3 million questions asked.

ident Vladimir Putin's annual Q A session Thursday, watching the event of three large televisions set up for the event. Residents were also able to call-in questions to Putin.

This year first time a free line has been opened to residents living in Crimea. Over a thousand people reportedly gathered on Primorsky Boulevard to take part at the session.

During his first phone-in in 2001 Mr. Putin received some 400,000 questions. Last year the question and answer session lasted for 4 hours and 48 minutes and there were more than 3 million questions asked.

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