Original Title: The Russian Paralympic Champion’s request for Putin to sign his passport was humorously rejected
Overseas Network, September 14th. According to reports from Sputnik and RIA Novosti, on the 13th local time, Russian President Vladimir Putin received the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic medal winners at the Kremlin and awarded them national medals. During the period, there was such a tidbit: An athlete asked Putin to sign his passport, but Putin humorously rejected it.
Putin delivered a speech at the event that day, praising the outstanding performance of the Russian Paralympic team in Tokyo and awarding national medals to the medal winners. After the awards, the athletes asked the president to sign on the lanyards of the Paralympic medals.
After swimming champion Andrei Nikolaev got his signature, he made another request to Putin: “Can you also sign my passport?” As he said, he reached into his jacket. Inside the bag, ready to take out the passport.
Putin smiled and replied: “Passports are not good. Passports are documents. We will destroy them.” Nikolayev joked that if Putin signs, Russia will have two such passports-his own passport and the president. Passport. (Overseas Net Zhang Qi)