Putin told when he's planning to retire.
- The head of Russia Vladimir Putin shared his plans for the future on the final plenary session of the annual meeting of the International discussion club "Valdai".
- The President of Russia Vladimir Putin at the final plenary session of the annual meeting of the International discussion club "Valdai" revealed when he would retire. According to the head of state, it will happen when the time is right.
- Currently, as Putin reminded, he's still running Russia.
- "Since I haven't retired yet, and being a leader of the big empire, I should be restrained not to act too aggressively in my expressions. Actually, I don't think it's my style," said the President.
The final plenary session of the International discussion club "Valdai", founded in 2004 in Veliky Novgorod, is held in Sochi. There are more than 130 experts and political scientists from 35 countries. This year it is dedicated to the topic "Future starts today: the contours of tomorrow's world".
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