The head of the Murmansk region considers that Russia under Putin’s leadership will continue to evolve

© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye in potamanthidae the Murmansk region Marina Kovtun at a meeting of the Council of heads of subjects of the Russian Federation in the House of receptions of the MFA of Russia. 27 Oct 2017The head of the Murmansk region considers that Russia under Putin’s leadership will continue to evolve© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye the image Bank

. Vladimir Putin’s decision about participation in the upcoming elections is an important and joyful event, he is full of strength, knows the situation and is a respected world leader, and the country under his leadership will continue to evolve, says the Governor of the Murmansk region Marina Kovtun.

Putin on Wednesday during a meeting with workers at GAZ plant in Nizhny Novgorod said he would nominate his candidacy to the post of President of Russia in elections in March 2018.

«Of course, we’ve been waiting for this decision of the President is not just important but also a very joyous occasion for most Russians. The majority of which, I have no doubt we will see the results of the elections», — said Kovtun.

She said that not so long ago held her meeting with Putin. «Our President is full of energy, perfectly knows the situation in the country and specific regions, and in the world. It is an authoritative world leader, which has no equal», — said the head of the region. In her opinion, Putin is absolutely confident in himself and the correctness of the path, which leads the country. «Loyalty of this course reasonable person does not need to prove — it is enough to trace the recent history of Russia», — said the head of the region.

She expressed confidence that our country will continue to grow and develop under the leadership of Putin.

«I am sure that we will move in the Arctic, I’m sure that we will be able to finally back the deserved prestige of professions teachers and doctors working in specialties, I’m sure we’re going to build housing and hospitals, kindergartens and schools,» she concluded.