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English: THE KREMLIN, MOSCOW. President Boris Yeltsin handing over the “presidential” copy of the Russian constitution to Vladimir Putin.
Русский: МОСКВА, КРЕМЛЬ. Президент России Борис Ельцин передал Владимиру Путину «президентский» экземпляр Конституции Российской Федерации.
Date 31 December 1999
Author Presidential Press and Information Office
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