Vladimir Putin will hold Direct Line with Russian residents on June 15
UFA, 15 June 2017. /Bashinform News Agency/.
On June 15, at 12 pm Moscow time the annual special Direct Line with Vladimir Putin will be broadcast live by Channel One, Rossiya-1, Rossiya-24 and Russia Today TV channels, and Mayak, Vesti FM and Radio Rossii radio stations. The Head of the State will answer questions from Russians regarding public and political affairs and the socioeconomic life of the nation, as well as international affairs.
People can ask their questions by calling, sending an SMS or an MMS message, through the website or via a special mobile application.
This time, questions to the Direct Line will be also accepted from users of two social networks: VKontakte (vk.com) and Odnoklassniki (ok.ru). Apart from writing text messages, users will be able to send videos with their questions to the President via social networks.
In addition, users of the Moskva-Putin application and those having OK Live — the first Russian application of online broadcasts, distributed for free in AppStore and GooglePlay stores installed on their mobile devices, will be able to arrange their video channels with the Direct Line studio right during the live session.
Questions are accepted until the end of the program. The most interesting and pressing questions will be addressed to the President during the live broadcast.
Calls can be made from any part of Russia to the following toll-free number: 8 (800) 200 4040. Calls are free of charge from both mobile phones and landlines. Calls from abroad can be made to message processing centre to the following phone numbers +7-499-550-40-40, +7-495-539-40-40.
Mobile text and multimedia messages can be sent free of charge to the number 0-40-40 from telephone numbers of the Russian mobile operators. Questions should be written in Russian and contain no more than 70 characters.
Questions to the President can also be asked on the website moskva-putinu.ru.