Mikhail Zub has confessed that it is not a journalist. For the Chairman of the Board of Directors a fish plant was very important to talk about the problems of production in the industry. The man handed the President a large report.
Today, 14 December, hosted a press conference of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. In the hall of the world trade Center were not only journalists from all over the country and foreign correspondents. Everyone wanted to ask a question for almost four hours, the head of state spoke on political, economic, and social issues. Vladimir Putin commented on the pre-election position of Ksenia Sobchak
One of those present was worried about the problems of fisheries in Murmansk. He had an employee edition of “Consumer”. However, at the end of his speech Mikhail Tooth admitted that he is not is a journalist and is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Murmansk fish processing plant.
“I deceived you, I am not a journalist. This is bad, I agree, too bad, said the man. – We are three and a half years, ground teeth bite, trying to survive. We fish 300 rubles! We need to sell the fish as well as chicken. Now the chicken is 100 rubles worth, and a fish — 300. What we bully! Do what you want with me, yeah, I came here illegally”.
In spite of this unexpected recognition, Mr Putin still honored Mikhail Tooth answer. He expressed some thoughts about the state of fisheries in the country and said some of the factors that affect the industry. However, the head of the Russian Federation did not go into the details of production and promised to invite the Chairman of the Board of the plant at the special meeting.
Also, a man brought in a huge hall report. According to him, 400 pages provided ideas and some of the development in order to improve the situation in the industry. He asked me to give them to the President in order to better understand the problem and to find solutions.
“Now let’s not discuss, we do not have a production meeting, – said Vladimir Vladimirovich. – I will invite you to one of the meetings to discuss these issues. My sympathies are more on your side today. The paper we use in the course of preparing for those meetings”.