Putin works, unable to monitor opposition action in Moscow
President Vladimir Putin works in Sochi on Saturday and does not monitor the opposition action in Moscow, presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov told Interfax.
"Vladimir Putin has a full working day today. He is holding negotiations with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, so, alas, we are unable to monitor that action," he said.
Peskov abstained from comment on the opposition March of Millions campaign.
The presidential press secretary told the Dozhd channel that Putin had not been informed about rally details so far. "The whole information will be conveyed to the president later," Peskov promised.