In the near future, Russian President Vladimir Putin has to appear in public, says the Kremlin press service, Joinfo.ua reports.
"On March 20, at the invitation of President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, Vladimir Putin will visit Astana to take part in a meeting of Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.
The parties intend to discuss the state and prospects of trade and economic cooperation between the three countries, the Eurasian integration processes, taking into account the impact of current trends in the global economy. They are expected to exchange their views on current international issues, particularly the situation in Ukraine," the statement writes.
In addition, there is also scheduled a bilateral meeting between Vladimir Putin and Nursultan Nazarbayev.
It should be noted that Vladimir Putin has not appeared in public for 11 days. March 5, Vladimir Putin met with the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. After that, he had only one public meeting – according to the site of the Kremlin, before March 8 Putin met with the women, whose children have made great strides in various fields. However, according to the Russian media, the event was filmed by Putin's personal cameraman on March 5.