VLADIMIR Putin, wanting to get on the good side of voters, goes to visit a school in Moscow to have a chat with the kids. He talks to them about how Russia is a powerful nation and how he wants the best for the people. At the end of the talk, there is a section for questions, so Little Sasha puts her hand up and asks, “I have two questions. Why did the Russians take Crimea? And why are we sending troops to the Ukraine?”
Putin says, “Good questions,” but just as he is about to answer, the bell goes and the kids go to lunch.
When they come back, they sit back down and there is room for some more questions.
Another girl, Misha, puts her hand up and says, “I have four questions. Why did the Russians invade Crimea? Why are we sending troops to the Ukraine? Why did the bell go 20 minutes early? And where is Sasha?”