Russian President Vladimir Putin answered “not very Mature statements of those” who expressed dissatisfaction with the restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus.
“what were you thinking when you heard these disgruntled cries that say, who is destined to recover, those you overcome, and we have something to do with it? Our work, our lives comfortable, to which we are accustomed?” – asked the head of the state Pavel Zarubin, the author of the program “Moscow. The Kremlin. Putin” on TV channel “Russia 1”.
“I think it’s not a very Mature statement, and I think that people who so believed, and still believe, after all, will eventually agree with my position. Ultimately still more important than the lives of loved ones, it fits the moral code of Russian citizens”, — said the President, adding that it does not depend on religion or nationality.
“We all live on the same space for a thousand years. When you say “I’m healthy or have been ill easily, and there though the grass not to grow” – it is a manifestation of individualism inherent in the West. And anyone who thinks otherwise, when they see that we gradually still leave the strip of difficulties, in the shower, too, agree with the position that I have outlined,” — said Putin.
the full interview of the President can be seen in the TV channel “Russia 1” on 28 June at 22:00.