Vladimir Putin begins his fifth term as Russian President

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Putin, who has been in power in the country for the last 25 years, has become the first Russian leader since Joseph Stalin to hold the post of President for the longest time. Putin’s new term will continue until 2030, after which he will once again become constitutionally eligible to run for the next presidential term.

Moscow. Vladimir Putin began his fifth term as the country’s President in a grand ceremony held on Tuesday at the Kremlin, the Presidential Office in Moscow, the capital of Russia. In addition to defeating his political opponents, Putin has proven himself even more powerful by starting the disastrous war in Ukraine. Putin will now hold the post of President of the country for the next six years.

Putin, who has been in power in the country for the last 25 years, has become the first Russian leader since Joseph Stalin to hold the post of President for the longest time. Putin’s new term will continue until 2030, after which he will once again become constitutionally eligible to run for the next presidential term. In a ceremony held inside the Grand Kremlin Palace, Putin placed his hand on the Russian Constitution and vowed to protect it.

During this time, selected dignitaries were present there. Since succeeding President Boris Yeltsin in 1999, Putin has transformed Russia from economic collapse to a country the West views as a global security threat. Now it remains to be seen where 71-year-old Putin will take Russia during the next six years, both on the domestic and foreign fronts.

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