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Russian Named Putin book presented in Paris

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Russian Named Putin book presented in Paris


Book presentation Russian Named Putin took place in Paris, L'Observateur Russe reports.

The author Helena Perroud presented her book at the France-Russian Dialogue Association. Helena defines herself as a bilingual Russian French. According to her, this 'double' culture helped to unveil the Russian President's secret, that Western people try to solve for many years.

Writer's family have moved from USSR to France when she was very little. Before working in her own books, Helena worked an adviser on education to Jaques Chirac, who introduced her to Vladimir Putin as the only Russian woman in his team. Later she was appointed the Head of Institut Français in Saint-Petersburg dealing with international issues in the frames of the French Educational system. Four years ago she's started to work as Russian-French relations Adviser.

In the book Helena Perroud writes about political longevity of the Russian President, about his Motherland – Leningrad, about his relations with the West, and about many other things.

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