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Vladimir Putin: there will not be a single entity from the Arctic to Kazakhstan

There are no prospects for a forced union of the subjects of the federation, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a traditional press conference.

"No one will impose it from above, it is counterproductive," the Russian president noted.

"We have a federal law," Vladimir Putin said, "There is no other way of uniting the subjects into one, except for the open expression of will of people who live in this territory, at a referendum or through the parliaments of relevant territories," he said. President of TASS.

"We will not follow the path of coercive unification," Vladimir Putin said again, "Unification is possible only on the basis of people's own life experience, based on their understanding of what is happening." Of course, there are forces that want unification, there are forces that they do not want to do this, but such things should be held as publicly as possible, and the public should be drawn to them as much as possible. "There will not be any imposed from above."

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