Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Mariupol on a working trip on March 18. This is reported by TASS with reference to the Kremlin press service.
It is noteworthy that the head of state visited the city by helicopter, after which he drove around several neighborhoods in a car. There he made stops, examined city objects and communicated with local residents.
On the trip, Putin was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Marat Khusnullin. It was about the construction of microdistricts, social and educational facilities, medical facilities.
During his visit to the Nevsky microdistrict, the President spoke with residents. He also surveyed the coastline of Mariupol.
The Russian leader also arrived in Crimea on an unannounced visit last Saturday.
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