Putin and Shoigu walk in the Siberian taiga hit the video

On the eve of his birthday, Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Siberia, where he walked through the taiga in the company of Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.




During a walk through the Siberian forest, the head of state gathered mushrooms, and also climbed to the top of one of the mountains, from where he examined the surroundings and noted how beautiful the Yenisei looked.

When Sergei Shoigu dug up a bush of lingonberries, Vladimir Putin with a smile advised him to plant it in the suburbs. However, the Minister of Defense replied that this berry needed a different climate.

The head of the military department noted the excellent state of ecology in Siberia: "Such air must be made, such water must be made." The walk took place at an altitude of two thousand meters above sea level.

When asked by satellites whether it is possible to achieve such clean air in Moscow, Sergei Shoigu replied that this was a question for the president. In turn, the president noted that this should be sought. As a souvenir, the head of state took a pine cone to Moscow.


As a spokesman for the head of state said earlier, his birthday, October 7, this year Vladimir Putin, who turns 67 years old, will spend in nature surrounded by relatives and friends.

Recall that the President of Russia is a lover of excursions into the wild and has previously repeatedly traveled to Siberia for walks.
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  1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 7 October 2019 10: 54
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    On the eve of his birthday, Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Siberia, where he walked through the taiga in the company of Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

    Well done, you always need to find time to relax and your hobby.
    1. Arkharov Offline
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 12 October 2019 19: 36
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      What is their hobby?
  2. they say that in the 90s, in Tuva, Russians were slaughtered like sheep!
    1. gorenina91 Online
      gorenina91 (Irina) 7 October 2019 12: 11
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      -Yes, all the local "Bakhtiyars" were cut Russian with impunity ...
      -But in Tuva, besides the Russians, the locals also slaughtered Caucasians ... -Yes, and today, Caucasians are trying to get around "Tuva" ...
  3. Igor Pavlovich Offline
    Igor Pavlovich (Igor Pavlovich) 7 October 2019 13: 40
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    What an idyll - just like two doves ...
    1. Bitter Offline
      Bitter (Gleb) 7 October 2019 21: 21
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      Under the photo:
      “Can you eat these berries?” recourse
      - Can, yes only poison.

      Fresh air is, of course, very important. yes
      Judging by the hat, the gentleman to the left of the forest generally leaves only to wash this hat.

      An example will be for everyone - you need to plan on a larger weekend, and birthdays too. good
  4. steelmaker Online
    steelmaker 7 October 2019 14: 04
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    It would be better to go for a walk where the forests burned down or where the Chinese are cutting down. Maybe he would love our nature even more?
    1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 7 October 2019 14: 40
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      ... where the Chinese are cutting down.

      And there is a photo for this, where the Chinese personally chop, and not the DPRK, for example. China itself is currently doing nothing, buying ready-made products.
    2. Pishenkov Offline
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 8 October 2019 16: 04
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      ... and you personally celebrate holidays and birthdays at the workplace ???
      And it’s really hard for anyone, and Putin, as the leader of the state, to reproach that he does not travel around the country and does not happen in problem places. Rides more than any other leader of the state, and even in the largest country in the world. So, if you really want to criticize, choose another reason. This one is definitely not at the checkout. negative
      1. Digital error Offline
        Digital error (Eugene) 8 October 2019 23: 18
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        Quote: Pyshenkov
        Rides more than any other leader of the state.

        Do you mean the former leader (until October 3, 2018) and the current president? Have you seen the charts of the "leaders" of other states to draw such conclusions? Or does he just often “get on the video” (a hint at the title of the article)? Mushroom pickers and fishermen on the road lately everyone comes across with professional video cameras turned on (especially in the mountains), no matter where I go somewhere - I get everything on the video, well, no personal life ...
        1. Pishenkov Offline
          Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 October 2019 10: 34
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          ... such "mushroom pickers and fishermen" are called the "presidential pool" (just in case, if you did not know). And the president has such a fate that even on vacation, the press must give a couple of hours ...
          As for the other leaders and leaders in general, I have not seen anywhere else a state of this size, and, yes, there is no leader of the state in the world who has moved so much regularly. This is not my invention, but the world media, including European and American, they definitely have more time and opportunities to follow the schedules of state leaders.
          And if Putin is for you

          The former leader (until October 3, 2018) and the current president,

          then the leader of the state then who? Maybe enlighten? ...
          1. Digital error Offline
            Digital error (Eugene) 9 October 2019 10: 43
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            Quote: Pyshenkov
            ... then the leader of the state, who?

            The president is an objectively existing position, and the "leader" is only a subjective characteristic. For me, he is not a leader (I’m no longer ready to support him), but for you - as you please. hi
            1. Pishenkov Offline
              Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 October 2019 10: 59
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              ... well, then you don’t need to use formulations like "former leader". Tell me that for me, they say, not a leader, I do not respect him, etc. But regardless of your subjective opinion, Putin is still the leader of the country, according to the majority of the population of the Russian Federation, and even his opponents abroad. It is in him that they personally see a problem that they are not able to solve. It is him, as a leader, they want to remove. And not as a nominal president - such half the world, and they do not bother anyone ... And here is the Leader, the real one, which is practically gone.
              And the worst thing is specifically for Russia, that, firstly, there are no other real candidates for the leader on the horizon and is not expected, and secondly, after Putin, unfortunately, someone can be president, but there is someone comparable to him It’s unlikely that the country will see a leader for many years to come ... But a country like the Russian Federation cannot be without a strong leader. Market democrats like Gref, Kudrin, Chubais, etc. will be destroyed and stolen.
              1. Digital error Offline
                Digital error (Eugene) 9 October 2019 12: 02
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                Quote: Pyshenkov
                Putin is still the leader of the country, according to the majority of the Russian population ...

                Maybe so, or maybe not - they are such polls, remember VTsIOM, how he told him this year, with a difference of two weeks or a month, he first “painted” 30%, and then 70%. Will you deny it? Evening M will definitely be, and then will refute if the wind changes. smile

                Quote: Pyshenkov
                ... they say, not a leader, I do not respect him.

                A leader is one who can lead other people along, captivate them with an idea.
                For these people, yes - a leader. The remaining people (in particular, me and even 70%, or 30% according to VTsIOM) can now be "carried away" only by coercion - and this is no longer leadership, agree.
                Leaders of this scale need to be able to leave on time, but he did not use this “option” in 2018.
                1. Pishenkov Offline
                  Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 October 2019 12: 26
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                  You know, I can agree or disagree with anything (just what “evening M” is - I don’t know. request) But it's not that. You can tell anyone that "time to leave", but each responsible leader, commander, leader - call it what you like - must have a successor who would be able to continue his line. OR, if, for example, this line of his subordinates (or people in this case) is already considered irrelevant or erroneous. So, there should be a new candidate for a leader with a new concept. But in Russia now, well, there is neither one nor the other. So where and how to "leave on time." And Putin, precisely as the leader of "such a scale", understands this.
                  If you think that everything suits me in the leadership of the Russian Federation and its activities and I personally would vote for everything with both hands, then this is not at all the case. But nowhere do I see not only the best, but even an adequate alternative ... If you are, then let me know. And this I can’t imagine in the form of a mockery ...
                  PS ... and more about leadership: do you think Stalin was a leader or not? There, after all, most of the “enthusiastic” were forced to ... but the result is obvious ... And Peter the Great is the leader?
                  1. Digital error Offline
                    Digital error (Eugene) 9 October 2019 13: 25
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                    Quote: Pyshenkov
                    ... what is "evening M", I don’t know.

                    Please read:



                    Quote: Pyshenkov
                    ... would be able to continue his line.

                    This scares - which line? Gorbachev - Yeltsin - Putin - the complete abolition of the social state and the total privatization of any state property, at least somehow profitable?

                    Quote: Pyshenkov
                    ... there must be a new leader candidate with a new concept.

                    This niche is already preemptively occupied by the natives of the competition "Leaders of Russia". You know the curator of the contest - a terry liberal, globalist and Westerner Kiriyenko. We will not find a new concept among these people - we will only get new faces on television, who will first collect the protest votes of the voters, and then they will once again be explained to them why the means of the NWF must certainly be invested in foreign assets. Candidates with a different mindset and approach to business with the “body” of the president will simply not be allowed - he will suddenly notice and want to finally “slam the door”.

                    Quote: Pyshenkov
                    Do you think Stalin was a leader or not?

                    I did not find those times, but I know for sure that for someone I was, but for someone not - everything is as always. You remembered it in vain - after the war, he had enough money for the Kiev metro (yes, there were bad loans, as now the “freezing” of savings), but he did not raise his retirement age even after the war, which claimed only 20 million lives - not counting disabled people who have become disabled.
                    1. Pishenkov Offline
                      Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 October 2019 13: 44
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                      And where did he (Stalin) have to raise the subscriber, if they went to work at 15 and died at 60?
                      Well, Putin, by the way, stopped this “privatization” and headed for what is called a “social state” within the framework of capitalism, which we came to with 91. And this, in general, is very difficult to combine ...
                      And the fact that it is the leader, sacrificing his own rating and support of the population, who is taking unpopular, but necessary measures, only emphasizes his leadership, as well as that he knows what he is doing.

                      And if you think in the "leaders of Russia", for example,

                      We will not find a new concept among these people - we will only get new faces on television, who will first collect the protest votes of the voters, and then they will once again be explained to them why the means of the NWF must certainly be invested in foreign assets.

                      - then where can I find her? And about the "leaders" - they are not looking there for the sake of a new concept, but for the sake of having someone to continue what they have ... Those who collect the "protest electorate" do not need anyone there ... And those who offer "invest in Western assets," I hope they don’t go very far there ... But this is my hope. I don’t know how it is in practice.
                      But despite all this dialogue, where is the answer? Well, it’s time for Putin to leave, for example. And who is in his place? Is there such or such? In my opinion, no.
                      1. Digital error Offline
                        Digital error (Eugene) 9 October 2019 14: 21
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                        Quote: Pyshenkov
                        Those who collect the "protest electorate" are not needed by anyone there.

                        Yes, that’s why they are already worried today:

                        The presidential administration began to search for people who could become candidates for deputies of the State Duma of the next convocation. Proposals on the composition of potential candidates will be prepared by the Kremlin’s internal political bloc, "United Russia", the All-Russian Popular Front and regions, said three sources close to the presidential administration of RBC.

                        (https://www.rbc.ru/politics/08/10/2019/5d9b70809a794754b6eb28e9)

                        What do you think - who leads the Kremlin’s internal political bloc?smile

                        Quote: Pyshenkov
                        It’s time for Putin to leave, for example. And who is in his place?

                        I don’t know, here you are right. But I know for sure that everyone should be allowed to participate in the elections (including those whom the evening M is trying to portray as urban madmen - this is direct democracy, the candidate doesn’t like it — don’t vote) - without any “municipal filters” and other tricks. Otherwise, doubts will arise about legitimacy, which will lead, at best, to new actions of "civil disobedience", and at worst, to the new 1991.
                      2. Pishenkov Offline
                        Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 October 2019 15: 21
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                        ... and at worst for the new 1991.

                        I’m for almost everything, but not for that. No changes at all costs. Now in Russia it’s definitely better than what it was from 1991 to 2008. And thank God. Yes, not everything is as we would like. But this is not the case in Switzerland as many would like. It will always be so.
                        Therefore, I am against protests that are AGAINST something existing, but do not have a ready-made replacement concept. One that can be appreciated and touched.

                        Land to the peasants, factory workers.

                        - it was already here, it ended right the opposite. Then there was something like

                        We will live as there are rich, free and democratic.

                        - ended about the same as before. Now "against corruption" - and this is the stupidest thing I've heard ...
                        If there is a person or party who will present something new, but together with a plan on how to do it and a calculation, what it will lead to and in what time period, then perhaps this is worth considering. But so far, I repeat, there is nothing like this anywhere. Therefore, in 2018 I voted for Putin.
                      3. Digital error Offline
                        Digital error (Eugene) 9 October 2019 17: 27
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                        Quote: Pyshenkov
                        Therefore, I am against protests that are AGAINST something existing, but do not have a ready-made replacement concept.

                        At the very least, they (protests) perform one function that is most useful for preserving the state - they hold power “in good shape”, preventing it from doing whatever it pleases.
                        There is a ready-made concept - to allow “cook children” to governing the state. Naturally, first they will need to gain management experience in the municipal and regional deputy corps. But then I opened the Charter of the city of N-ska, and it says there that a total of 25 deputies are elected to the city duma, of which the chairman and his deputy are elected. The rest (who has nothing to do, with money and directorial positions) - on a voluntary basis. Kukharkin’s children need to work to feed their families, so they won’t go to deputies. And to go, you must pay a salary to all deputies without exception. And this is feasible for the state, given that each represents the interests of ~ 5000 taxpayers. Until this happens, the poor will get poorer, and the rich will get richer. That is, to combat poverty, the election system must be radically changed. But here is a surprise - Ellochka Pamfilova October 2 said:

                        There can be no fundamental reform of the electoral law now.

                        With this approach, a new 1991 or 1917 becomes inevitable - it is only a matter of time.
                      4. Pishenkov Offline
                        Pishenkov (Alexey) 9 October 2019 18: 45
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                        ... the poor will get poorer, and the rich will get richer. That is, to combat poverty, the election system must be radically changed.

                        - just for your information: this is now happening in the USA and in almost all EU countries, with all the diversity of their election and government systems, as well as living standards, etc., etc. This is called liberal capitalism. And in the form when there is no “competition” in the person of the USSR, this will continue. Did 1917 and 1991 change something in this situation? In my opinion, just the opposite. Just a small handful of those who were fattened gave way to a few other faces, and those who were poor became even poorer ... and this is still accompanied by the collapse of the country and bloodshed ... Well, about 1917 - we know from history, and 1991 we ourselves remember that, isn’t that so?
                        So what will change the election system?
                        And about the fact that

                        ... the protests fulfill one function that is most useful for preserving the state - they keep the power "in good shape", preventing it from doing whatever it pleases.

                        - are you serious? Well, you are clearly a rational and thinking person, do you really think that a different mess, even involving minors, organized by "bulk and Co." with the support of "partners" from the West, really serves for something positive? No way! If this were the case with at least one hundredth, they would not have given a cent on this! It’s just a buildup from within, attempts to replace ideals, ideologically subversive activities and so on ... These are exactly the very protests for the sake of protest, without any real positive agenda. The main slogan is that everything is bad, the power is bad, down with the power ... But nothing in exchange for the existing one, again, nobody offers there ... This is a game against Russia exclusively an external enemy, from the hands of traitors from within ...
                      5. Digital error Offline
                        Digital error (Eugene) 9 October 2019 20: 35
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                        Quote: Pyshenkov
                        This is a game against Russia exclusively an external enemy, the hands of traitors from the inside.

                        It is a pity that you identify with propaganda, even though a person is thinking and reasonable. Of course, there are such figures, but their insignificant minority. The main danger for the state lies in its inability to ensure a fair distribution of benefits between citizens and in its ability to “defame” taxpayers who understand this as a “fifth column”. And in order to distract the misunderstood from communicating with the understanding, they frighten the first with an external threat, Ukraine and other possible aggressive life forms on Mars.

                        Quote: Pyshenkov
                        Are you serious?

                        More than. Well - again, we talked with you and again remained with "their". I suggest you no longer strain the moderator - have a good evening without evening M. smile hi
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    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 12 October 2019 19: 35
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    Very dramatic. To tears.