Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin agreed on Monday to participate in a documentary film about one day of his life.
Putin was approached about the documentary while visiting the Seliger youth camp, in Russia’s Tver Region. The request was made by a young TV journalist working on the camp channel.
“Ok,” Putin said, shrugging his shoulders. He added that they should agree on a date to film.
The camp is organized by Russia’s federal agency for youth affairs and the pro-Kremlin youth movement, Nashi (Ours).
Putin also approved a 2.5 billion-rubles ($90,7 mln) restructuring project for Seliger. The new camp will be able to accommodate 20,000 people a month and will operate throughout the summer.