If I Write A Letter In English To The President Of Russia, Should I Expect A Response?


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It is possible to make your views known to Russian President Vladimir Putin, through both electronic means, or by traditional post. The English translation of the Kremlin's website has a menu option where you can use an interactive form to send a message to Putin. The form will ask you to include your full name, e-mail address and the text of your message. Although this might be the fastest way to send your thoughts to Putin, it is not likely that you will receive a personal response.

If are interested in hearing back from the President of Russia, you must send a letter by traditional post to the following address: 4, Staraya Square, Moscow, 103132, Russia. It does appear as though you may write your letter in English and you should also receive a response from the president's office.

It is important to remember that Vladimir Putin does not read every letter that he is sent. In fact, the Kremlin's website makes this quite clear by noting that all letters are processed by a special department and Putin is usually only presented a weekly summary of all letters received.

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