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President Putin drove a taxi after the fall of the Soviet Union

President Putin drove a taxi after the fall of the Soviet Union

Russian-controlled Russian television shows President Putin in a documentary in which a former KGB agent recounts his attempts to survive the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s.

And the situation disappeared within the intelligence service, including those deployed in East Germany.

Thus, it will be the first base of power in which Putin weaves.

lost empire

In the documentary, Putin says that the fall of the Soviet Union was the end of “Historic Russia,” referring to both the Soviet Empire and the Tsarist Empire that existed before that. In his answers, Putin brings the two together:

– What exactly is the collapse of the Soviet Union? It is the collapse of historical Russia, under the name of the Soviet Union, according to AFP, in reference to Russia’s state-run media.

This suspension comes at a time when Russia, among other things, has moved significant forces to the border areas with Ukraine. The European Union and the United States, as well as the NATO military alliance, fear plans for a Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine.

As early as April 2005, Putin said that the collapse of the Soviet Union was “the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century”, and that it was a “disaster for the people of the country”.

How, then, did Putin himself solve the disaster before finding a new power base in Saint Petersburg overlooking the Moscow Kremlin?

being a driver. personal driver. Driving a taxi, according to Reuters.

Putin is ashamed

– Sometimes I had to earn extra money, he says, according to an excerpt from the documentary film seen by the state news agency RIA.

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– I mean, I earned a raise as a private driver. Frankly, I am not comfortable talking about this, but unfortunately it was, Putin continues the documentary, which will be broadcast on a Russian channel called Contemporary History.