To write and send a letter of complaint or problem description to the address of President Vladimir Putin in several ways. The easiest and fastest option to deliver your messages via the Internet. On the official Kremlin website there is a detailed description of the requirements for the content and design of the letters and special forms for letters, complaints or information about cases of corruption.
Note that before sending the e-form, you'll need to fill out a form on the website, where you will enter your first name, last name, email address and create a password for access to your personal account. In personal Cabinet you can monitor the progress of the review of your appeal.
There are certain rules and restrictions regarding the presentation and content of the letter. For example, your letter will not be considered if it is not addressed personally to the President or his administration, if you used Caps lock, if it contains swear words or insults. In addition, the amount of text should not exceed two thousand marks. In addition, the letter can be applied no more than one text, audio or video. Finally, it must be borne in mind that the presidential administration and Vladimir Putin himself cannot influence judicial decisions.
In the absence of the ability to use the electronic appeal letter you can also write on paper, but of course it will go longer. Presidential address for regular mail: 103132, Moscow, Russia, Ilyinka street, building 23.
The answer to your appeal may be delivered to you in one of several ways of your choosing, or in electronic format at the email address you provided during registration, or by mail if you have provided your postal address.