How much money has been spent so far to save Vladimir Putin from Corona?
NEW YORK / MOSCOW: Russia has spent millions of dollars to save its president, Vladimir Putin, from the krona, according to a report in the US economic journal Bloomberg.
A report released by Bloomberg reveals that the government has taken extraordinary steps to protect the world’s most powerful leader, Vladimir Putin, from the global epidemic.
The report says that the government has so far spent millions of dollars to protect the Russian president from the krona, while spending continues.
It has been revealed that hundreds of people with close ties to Vladimir Putin have been quarantined for several days, while some have resorted to self-imposed isolation so that they can meet with the president in the future. According to the report, hundreds of pilots, medical staff members, drivers, employees of the presidential palace and others have been quarantined in dozens of private hotels at the government’s expense. The government’s move is aimed at protecting Vladimir Putin from coronavirus infection.
The Directorate of the President of the Russian Federation, the agency responsible for presidential affairs, has been given 6.4 billion rubles (approximately ملکی 84 million) from the national budget to fight the krona.
According to a Bloomberg report, 200 people, including ex-combatants in their 80s and 90s, had to be quarantined for two weeks before meeting with the president. The 75th anniversary of the victory in World War II was recently celebrated, with Vladimir Putin honoring soldiers and celebrities from a social distance and avoiding handshakes.