is the official website of the President of the Russian Federation. It was launched in January 2000. Content of the website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.


The website publishes all content issued by the Presidential Press Service in Russian and English, especially transcripts of Russian Presidential speeches (e.g. Valdai speech of Vladimir Putin).


The web site of the President of Russia was launched in January 2000, and was radically reworked during 2001-2002, which resulted in a second version being released on June 20, 2002,[1] followed by an English version a year later. On January 19, 2004, a children's version was released and called the President of Russia - to citizens of school age."[2]

A third version was released on June 20, 2004,[3] only three months after the Russian Presidential Election.[4]

A fourth version was released on August 31, 2009,[5][6] with an English version on June 3, 2010.

The fifth, current version was released on April 8, 2015.

On May 13, 2010, the site became one of the first three sites in the domain .rf. [7][8]

On July 20, 2012, the site was target of a DDoS attack,[citation needed] and in 2013, the site was blocked in Turkmenistan.[9][10]

Since February 24, 2022, the site has been intermittently unavailable due to DDoS attacks, along with several other Russian government websites (e.g., [11] ostensibly as a reaction to the then Russian military incursions into the Ukraine. [12]



  1. ^ вторая версия, открытая 20 июня 2002 года
  2. ^ Президент России — гражданам школьного возраста
  3. ^ Третья версия
  4. ^ Президент России | О сайте Archived 2011-07-15 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Четвёртая версия
  6. ^ Вести. Ru: Обновлен официальный сайт президента России
  7. ^ "В доменной зоне .рф зарегистрировано полумиллионное имя второго уровня" (in Russian). РИА Новости. 2010-11-18. Retrieved 2016-12-15.
  8. ^ Президент.рф заработал
  9. ^ Амангельды Нурмурадов (2012-12-05). "Сайт Кремля не открывается в Туркмении". РИА Новости. Retrieved 2016-12-15.
  10. ^ В Туркмении россиян лишили возможности жаловаться Путину через интернет //, 26.11.2013
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  12. ^ "Kremlin website goes dark". The Independent. 2022-02-24. Retrieved 2022-02-24.

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