Putin will address the Federal Assembly on April 21
President Vladimir Putin will deliver his annual address to Russia’s Federal Assembly on April 21, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Monday, April 5.
Peskov promised to reveal the event’s venue at a later date. The Kremlin spokesman did not announce the topics Putin plans to cover in his address to the Federal Assembly.
During last year’s address in January 2020, Putin announced a radical series of constitutional reforms. The changes were rubber stamped during a nationwide plebiscite in July 2020. Among the amendments was a “reset” of Putin’s presidential terms, allowing him to run for the presidency in two more elections. This means he could potentially stay in power until 2036.