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The president went for five hours on the mountains, rose to a height of 1800 meters, saw ibexes.
MINSK, September 2 – Spoetnik. The safety of Russian President Vladimir Putin during the rest in Tyva was well taken care of – safety had a weapon in the event of a meeting with wild animals, according to the spokesman for Russian leader Dmitry Peskov.
Putin spent last weekend in Tyva. He was accompanied by the director of the Sayano-Shushensky Reserve Gennady Kiselev, Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu and FSB director Alexander Bortnikov. The president collected mushrooms, made a boat trip along the Yenisei.
"Imagine if a bear is a fool or, if he sees Putin, he will act decently," Peskov joked in the air of the Rossiya 1 channel.
He also said that in the case of a meeting with wild animals, the protection of the Russian leader had appropriate weapons.
According to Peskov, the president walked for five hours on the mountains, climbed to a height of 1800 meters, saw ibexes.
"Capricorn, see Putin, do not run away – kept on grazing," Peskov said, explaining that when someone joked: probably recognized.
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