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“Informal Putin" photo exhibition opens in Bishkek

An exhibition «Informal Putin," composed of the works by special photo correspondents of Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper Alexander Astafyev and Natalia Gubernatorova, was opened in Bishkek.

The photographers, who accompany Vladimir Putin, decided to share pictures, so that everyone could look at the president from the informal side.

«Vladimir Vladimirovich is really an extraordinary man. He draws people to him, radiates positive emotions. He makes very serious impression. In addition, he has photographic memory. Despite the huge amount of everyday information, he remembers in detail what we talked about a month ago. The man is very charming, kind, cares about his country and his friends-allies," the Ambassador of Russia to Kyrgyzstan Andrey Krutko said at the opening ceremony.

The photographs depict meetings with world leaders and ordinary Russians, solemn ceremonies, as well as photographs taken during the rest hours of the Russian leader.

The exhibition is of interest not only in Russia, but all over the world. The exhibition was demonstrated in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Kostroma, Krasnodar, Sochi, Maykop, Omsk, Kursk, Vologda, Astrakhan, Tula, Barnaul, Sevastopol and other cities, as well as in Greece, Spain, Germany and Great Britain.

The photo exhibition is timed to the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Russian Federation and the Kyrgyz Republic. It is organized by the media center «Russia," the publishing house «Moskovsky Komsomolets» with the support of the Russian Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic and the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University named after Boris N. Yeltsin.