Internet shut down, floors disinfected: a forum in St Petersburg prepared for Putin's visit in a special way. Video.
The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum is taking place in St. Petersburg, Russia, and Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to speak at the event on June 16. The organisers have made thorough preparations for the dictator's arrival: to avoid drone attacks, the mobile internet in St Petersburg has been jammed.
In addition, the floors in the pavilions were disinfected, as Putin is panicked about catching a disease. Videos are shown by some Russian publics that mockingly publish such thorough "preparations".
"Clean floor and not a word more. The floors of the pavilions were disinfected before Putin's visit to the SPIEF. The Internet was also shut down, and reports from the ground say that the Wi-Fi is "terrible". Security is above all," one of the channels sneered.
Russian journalist Ksenia Sobchak, in particular, complained about the poor Wi-Fi.
Apparently, they started jamming communications in St Petersburg because of the fear of possible drone attacks on the pavilions when the Russian dictator is in them.
Earlier, a Russian propagandist spilled the beans about the quarantine before his meeting with Putin. In an interview with propagandist Olga Skabeeva, he said that he knew little about the situation at the front, as he had been quarantined for a week after the start of the counter-offensive to be allowed into the Kremlin.
Skabeeva responded to this "revelation" by asking whether the so-called military commander had said anything unnecessary.