In social networks figured out why Putin is often late

Today, Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks with another appeal to the Russians. This time the President began with a two-hour delay. Earlier, Putin’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said that the Russian leader will deliver an address at 15:00, but eventually it started about 17 hours. What really outraged users of social networks.

sci-Fi, of course. It sits in a private bunker, in the office with cameras and late declared to them the appeal to the people

— Stalingrad (@StalinGulag) June 23, 2020

the Ritual humiliation of the Russians

Belarusian Patriarch (@valerian_msk) June 23, 2020

Punctuality is a form of manifestation of courtesy and respect.

— miss Tata (@_miss_tata_) June 23, 2020

the Queen of England was waiting for, we are worse than/better?

Quetzal (@ebb0Q1JfECWHJ7w) June 23, 2020

And the most popular response:

Never been here again.

— Arganic. (@varganchik) June 23, 2020

in the social networks once again drew attention to the time clock on the arm of the President. If you take a closer look, you will notice that the clock shows 15:00. So, some Twitter users have suggested that the President was running late because his clock is slow, but it why-that nobody speaks.

what if Putin was running late because his watch is slow, and he was still afraid to say it?
🤔🤔🤔 https://t.co/yncusFhgWD

— Nicotine with Eyebrows (@Yoghikitt) June 23, 2020

Recall that “incident” with the watch is not the first time. So, on April 2, then the Russian President once again appealed to the citizens of the country in connection with the global pandemic of coronavirus, the audience noticed that the time on the wristwatch of the President does not coincide with the broadcast. In comments to radio station “Moscow speaking” Putin’s press Secretary WIRtry Peskov explained that it was a technical delay in installation and haul videos.

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