Как провели лето Путин и Медведев

27 Августа 2010, 20:44

Фото AFP, kremlin.ru

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (Foreground) stands on a wooden bridge as he looks across the water at the South Kamchatka Sanctuary outside Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 24, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin aims at a whale with an arbalest to take a piece of its skin for analysis on the Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds an arbalest as he visited the far east of Russia in Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. Putin used the arbalest on whales to take samples for analysis. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (Foreground) stands on a wooden bridge as he looks across the water at the South Kamchatka Sanctuary outside Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 24, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin aims at a whale with an arbalest to take a piece of its skin for analysis on the Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds an arbalest as he visited the far east of Russia in Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. Putin used the arbalest on whales to take samples for analysis. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and governor of the Kamchatka Region Alexei Kuzmitsky (R) visit a construction site of an earthquake-proof residential development in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 26, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has a drink in a street cafe of Khabarovsk during his visit to the Far East of Russia on August 26, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (Foreground) stands on a wooden bridge as he looks across the water at the South Kamchatka Sanctuary outside Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 24, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin aims at a whale with an arbalest to take a piece of its skin for analysis on the Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
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10 августа. Путин тушит горящие леса
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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (Foreground) stands on a wooden bridge as he looks across the water at the South Kamchatka Sanctuary outside Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 24, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin aims at a whale with an arbalest to take a piece of its skin for analysis on the Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds an arbalest as he visited the far east of Russia in Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. Putin used the arbalest on whales to take samples for analysis. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and governor of the Kamchatka Region Alexei Kuzmitsky (R) visit a construction site of an earthquake-proof residential development in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 26, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (Foreground) stands on a wooden bridge as he looks across the water at the South Kamchatka Sanctuary outside Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 24, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin aims at a whale with an arbalest to take a piece of its skin for analysis on the Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds an arbalest as he visited the far east of Russia in Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. Putin used the arbalest on whales to take samples for analysis. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and governor of the Kamchatka Region Alexei Kuzmitsky (R) visit a construction site of an earthquake-proof residential development in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 26, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has a drink in a street cafe of Khabarovsk during his visit to the Far East of Russia on August 26, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin signs autographs to kids outside Khabarovsk on August 27, 2010 during a visit in the region. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (Foreground) stands on a wooden bridge as he looks across the water at the South Kamchatka Sanctuary outside Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 24, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin aims at a whale with an arbalest to take a piece of its skin for analysis on the Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds an arbalest as he visited the far east of Russia in Olga Bay, some 240 kilometres north-east of Nakhodka on August 25, 2010. Putin used the arbalest on whales to take samples for analysis. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and governor of the Kamchatka Region Alexei Kuzmitsky (R) visit a construction site of an earthquake-proof residential development in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 26, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has a drink in a street cafe of Khabarovsk during his visit to the Far East of Russia on August 26, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin signs autographs to kids outside Khabarovsk on August 27, 2010 during a visit in the region. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin refuels a Russian-made Lada Kalina car as he stops at the petrol station in the Khabarovsk region on August 27, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ RIA-NOVOSTI/ ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hold an artefact at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ , Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (Foreground) stands on a wooden bridge as he looks across the water at the South Kamchatka Sanctuary outside Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in the Far East of Russia on August 24, 2010. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a scientist at a research site of the Lena-2010 Russian-German scientific expedition, on the Samoilovsky Island, in the Far Eastern Yakutia region, on August 23, 2010. Putin questioned whether man was to blame for climate change on a visit to a remote Russian Arctic region, only to find himself bluntly contradicted by a German scientist. Russia has long been criticised by environmentalists for its reluctance to accept radical carbon emissions cuts but Moscow maintains it cannot sacrifice economic development at a crucial moment in the country's history. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY DRUZHININ
1 июня. Дмитрий Медведев с воспитанниками детского сада №126 города Ростова-на-Дону.
2 июля. Биробиджан. Медведев посетил Управление ЗАГС Еврейской автономной области.
2 июля. Биробиджан. Медведев посетил Управление ЗАГС Еврейской автономной области.
4 июля. Дмитрий Медведев на борту атомного ракетного крейсера «Пётр Великий»
5 июня. Медведев с Федеральным канцлером Германии Ангелой Меркель перед началом российско-германских переговоров.
14 июня. Медведев с Президентом Чеченской Республики Рамзаном Кадыровым во время перелёта в Центорой
15 июня. Медведев осмотрел спасательно-буксирное судно «Звёздочка». С главкомом ВМФ России Владимиром Высоцким и Министром обороны Анатолием Сердюковым.
23 июня. Медведев встретился со Шварценеггером в Сан-Франциско
15 июня. Дмитрий Медведев побывал на церемонии спуска на воду многоцелевого атомного подводного крейсера «Северодвинск» на оборонной судоверфи производственного объединения «Севмаш».
Осмотр спасательно-буксирного судна «Звёздочка». С главкомом ВМФ России Владимиром Высоцким и Министром обороны Анатолием Сердюковым.
24 августа. Дмитрий Медведев встретился с Боно
23 июня. Дмитрий Медведев с президентом компании Apple Стивом Джобсом.
24 июня. Медведев встретился с Бараком Обамой

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