Vladimir Putin became Russia’s President for the fifth time

Russian President Vladimir Putin commenced his fifth term as Russia’s leader, pledging his commitment during an elaborate ceremony held in the Andreyevsky Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace. With his hand on the Russian constitution, Putin vowed to continue his presidency for another six years.

Despite certain Western nations opting to boycott the event over concerns regarding the election’s fairness, Putin, aged 71, delivered a speech emphasizing unity and resolve in confronting shared challenges.

Throughout his address, Putin conveyed optimism in realizing their objectives and prospering as a unified nation. This inauguration marks Putin’s fifth term as president, tracing back to his initial swearing-in ceremony in May 2000, as reported by international media outlets.

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