Former Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov, has received in the Kremlin the Order "For Services to the Fatherland» IV degree, told Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans to "return from oblivion."
On Thursday, September 22, reports "Interfax".
Luzhkov, celebrated on the eve of his 80-year anniversary, said he did not become a pensioner, and continues to work - is engaged in the production of buckwheat.
"I am, except for a particular job, trying hard to learn the complex problems that has arisen in our agriculture and some conclusions I could explain to you," - he said the head of state. Ex-mayor also expressed confidence that the development of the industry will help the country move away from petroleum dependence and Putin promised to report their concerns.
In addition, he noted that the president sees "a person for whom the concept of" honor "," dignity "," conscience "very, very close."
Putin signed a decree on awarding the former mayor with the September 21 state award.
Luzhkov has served as mayor of the capital to at 1992 2010 year and was dismissed by decree of then-President Dmitry Medvedev with the words "in connection with the loss of confidence."
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