Putin promised to recreate in Moscow exploded in Kutaisi memorial

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has promised to restore the monument of glory in Moscow, demolished in Kutaisi on 19 December. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
According to Interfax, the specific location for the monument, Prime has offered, but expressed hope that the Moscow authorities will be able to find it. Putin added that the original author of the Monument of Glory, who lives in Tbilisi, Russia’s experts can help. “I am confident that in our country there are enough people who will allocate funds for this monument, including the representatives of Georgian Diaspora”, - said Putin.

22 December 2009 | kutaisi, monument, putin

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