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President Putin's Visit to Ovsyanka

President Putin's Visit to Ovsyanka

Russian President Vladimir Putin adjusts the hood of his jacket as he is accompanied by Krasnoyarsk region governor Alexander Khloponin (not pictured) during his visit to the village of Ovsyanka. | Location: Ovsyanka, Russia.
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February 27, 2004
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