Employees of the scientific and historical magazine Rodina listed the words that the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin most often used during an interview with US journalist Tucker Carlson.
It is clarified that during the conversation, the President of the Russian Federation told the guest from the United States about the history of the emergence of Russia. Including, about the era of Rurik, the baptism of Rus’, the formation and collapse of the Soviet Union and other important historical events.
Thus, according to journalists’ calculations, the Russian leader most often mentioned the USSR – 16 times, the Roman Empire – seven times, 1654 – five times.
Less often—three times—Putin recalled Stalin and Ukrainization. The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and a number of historical figures were pronounced twice – Catherine the Great, Lenin and Genghis Khan. The President mentioned Princess Olga once.
Earlier, the Kremlin said that Western media had received dozens of requests for an interview with Putin. Read more about this in material Public News Service.
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