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    Putin: No Way Can Seizure of Power, Mass Killings in Odessa Be Endorsed

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    The Russian President said it is impossible to endorse armed seizure of power and mass killings in Odessa.

    MOSCOW, December 4 (Sputnik) — During his address to the Federal Assembly on Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that there is no way can armed seizure of power, mass killings in Odessa be endorsed.

    According to the Russian constitution, the president addresses parliament every year with a speech focusing on the country’s current situation and on the main aspects of domestic and foreign policy. Leaders of the Constitutional, Supreme and Arbitration courts, regional governors, heads of traditional religions and other prominent public figures take part in the event along with deputies and senators.

    The first address was made by Boris Yeltsin on February 24, 1994. This year, this tradition celebrates its 20th anniversary.

    Putin's Address to Federal Assembly 2014 (24)


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