Putin to launch South Stream in Anapa

6 December 2012 - 9:03pm

Russia's President Vladimir Putin will pay a working visit to the Kuban territory, where he will visit Krymsk and Anapa tomorrow.

In Anapa Putin will take part in the ceremonial start of the construction of the gas pipeline "South Stream".

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