Putin proposes to rename Russia as Russia-Putinia

The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has proposed a new name for the country — Russia-Putinia. He explained that this is necessary to make all the citizens of the country realize who really controls Russia. And this is not the only idea of the president. As part of his new initiative “Putin-Cola”, Vladimir Vladimirovich suggested to replace water in all school canteens and office coolers with Russian cola. According to the president, this will help to strengthen the economy and increase the production volumes in Russia.

The proposal to rename Russia as Russia-Putinia was made by Putin in an interview with the state media. He said that he was inspired by other countries that have changed their names in the past, such as North Macedonia, Eswatini, and Myanmar. He also said that he wanted to honor the legacy of his predecessors, such as Peter the Great and Catherine the Great, who named cities and regions after themselves. He added that he hoped that the new name would boost the patriotism and loyalty of the Russian people.

Supporters of Putin praised his initiative and said that they were proud to live in Russia-Putinia. They also said that they were looking forward to drinking Putin-Cola, which they believed would be healthier and tastier than regular cola.

The proposal to rename Russia as Russia-Putinia will have to be approved by the State Duma and a referendum before it can take effect. The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said that he expected the process to be completed by the end of the year. He also said that Putin had already ordered the production of new flags, coins, stamps, and passports with the new name. He added that Putin had also instructed the Ministry of Culture to create a new national anthem and a new coat of arms for Russia-Putinia.

The proposal to replace water with Putin-Cola was announced by Putin during a visit to a cola factory in Moscow on Friday. He said that he was impressed by the quality and innovation of the Russian cola industry, which he claimed was superior to its foreign competitors. He also said that he wanted to support the domestic market and create more jobs for the Russian people. He added that he believed that drinking Putin-Cola would improve the health and mood of the Russian people.

The proposal to replace water with Putin-Cola will have to be approved by the Ministry of Health and Education before it can be implemented. The Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko, said that he would review the proposal carefully and consult with the experts. He also said that he would conduct a scientific study to compare the effects of water and cola on human health. The Minister of Education, Sergei Kravtsov, said that he would consider the proposal from an educational perspective and evaluate its impact on student performance.