MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russia –
Source: President of Russia – Kremlin
The head of state will answer questions that interest citizens regarding the socio-political and socio-economic life of the country, as well as the international situation.< >You can ask your question by calling, sending SMS or MMS message, as well as through the website of the program or a special mobile application.< >Appeals to the “Direct Line” are also taken from users of social networks “VKontakte” and “Odnoklassniki”, where you can send a text question or contact the President by recording a video.< >In addition, directly during the airtime, users of the Moscow-Putin and OK Live applications will be able to directly connect with the studio.< >Questions are accepted starting from 8.00 (Moscow time) on May 27 until the end of the program on June 7. The most interesting and relevant of them will be given to the President in the course of the live broadcast.< >You can reach the Unified Messaging Center from anywhere in Russia at 8-800-200-40-40. A call from city and mobile phones is free. From abroad, you can call the message center by calling + 7-499-550-40-40, + 7-495-539-40-40.< >Questions in the form of SMS and MMS-messages are received to the number 0-40-40 only from the phones of Russian telecom operators. The sending of a message is free. You can ask a question only in Russian and a maximum of 70 characters.< >Send your question through the site moskva-putinu.ru (Moscow-Putinu.rf). In the same place, detailed information is available on the upcoming “Direct Line”, how to communicate with the Unified Messaging Center, and the archive of previous programs.< >Since May 27, the question can be sent through the official mobile application “Moscow-Putin”.< >Official groups in social networks “VKontakte” and “Classmates” – vk.com/moskvaputinu and ok.ru/moskvaputinu.< >June 7 on the program’s website and on the air of the Public Television of Russia (OTR) broadcast will be available with a sign language translation.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation of English to Russian.