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Putin replied whether it is possible to live on 10 rubles a month

Putin replied whether it is possible to live on 10 rubles a month
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Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a visit to the ceremony of laying flowers at the monument to the first mayor of the city, Anatoly Sobchak, talked with residents and answered the question of a pensioner whether it is possible to live on 10 rubles a month. He admitted that it is difficult.

As reported RIA News", the president also did not refute the opinion of the townswoman that the salary of the country's leader is higher than hers. However, he noted that his salary is far from the highest in Russia.

The woman complained to the president about the inability to buy the necessary products for a living wage and the plight of single mothers. In response, the president noted that there are still many unresolved social problems in the country, but large programs have already been adopted to support disabled people, pensioners, families with children.

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