TASS collected key statements from the Kremlin representative.
Late on Monday evening, Putin met with the head of the Federal Tax Service, Daniil Yegorov (November 21 is Tax Worker Day). “We have one of the most advanced tax services in a world that is constantly evolving, so this can be boasted quite justifiably.”
On Tuesday, at the Grand Kremlin Palace, Putin will hold a conversation “in a narrow format” with Rakhmon and present him with the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, III degree. The leaders will sign an “impressive package” of documents and then make joint statements to the media.
After the break, the heads of state will continue their one-on-one communication at an informal lunch in the First Building of the Kremlin.
During the break at 16:00 Moscow time, Putin will take part in an extraordinary summit BRICS in a videoconference format, his speech will be public. “We expect that a joint statement will be adopted.”
“We call it “Maidan”, in fact it was a coup.” It was sponsored from abroad, which was directly and indirectly admitted by representatives of other countries: “We need to call things by their proper names.”
“The main thing for us is to achieve our goals. A special military operation is ongoing for this purpose.”
The Kremlin does not know whether Adam Kadyrov, the son of the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov, has been nominated for any state awards: “I do not have information that he has been nominated for any state awards.”
The Kremlin does not comment on the lawsuit Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on recognizing the “international LGBT social movement” as extremist: “I do not consider myself to have the right to comment in any way.”