Brief memo of Vladimir Putin
Putin was the second and fourth President of Russia , and has had non- successive terms as Russian Prime Minister. He was born in 1952 in Leningrad, where he also graduated from International law from Leningrad State University In 1975. On 28 July of that year Putin got married. He has two daughters and he speaks English and German alongside Russia.
Putin joined the KBG in 1975 after graduation: he went to work supervising strangers and consular officials In Leningrad from 1985 to 1990. In 1991 he retired from KGB and then entered to politics in his home town. In 1996 Putin became a member of Boris Yeltsin's administration where he was promoted quickly, being elected as leader on 31 December, 1999, when the previous president , Yeltsin, surprisingly stood down.
Putin's leadership has obtained many successes in political safety and economic prosperity in Russia. For example, his policy has contributed to increase revenues, and salaries, while the unemployment and poverty decreased by more than half, as well Russian economic increased for eight years successively.
These successful performance indicators by economic analysts to good macroeconomic administration, crucial monetary correction, growing fiscal inflows, and the growing in the value of oil and gas in Russia exports. Furthermore, Putin supervised reforms of the security (military and police) services.
All these effectual performance clarified why Vladimir Putin is loved by his people which is shown by high approval ratings.
Now the fourth president of the Federal Republic of Russia, Vladimir Putin was born on October 7, 1952, in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). His father worked as a draftee in the Soviet fleet, and his mother was employed as a manufacturing worker. Putin's paternal grandfather cooked for Joseph Stalin when the Soviet president visited one of his dachas in the Moscow region. During...
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