Vladimir Putin Inaugurated as Russian President

XD motion X fly in front of the Kremlin

Vladimir Putin has been inaugurated as president of Russia in a lavish ceremony in the capital, Moscow. To picture Mr Putins way to the Kremlin XD motion equipped two motorcycles with gyro-stabilized RF camera heads.

To show the beauty of the Kremlin two travellings.X fly were installed and operated by XD motion' staff: one was flying 850m and the other one was flying 730m in front of the Kremlin.

Mr Putin won a third term as president in controversial elections in March. He took the presidential oath at the Grand Kremlin Palace, in a hall that was once the throne room of the Russian tsars. In a short speech he said Russia was "entering a new phase of national development".


"We will have to decide tasks of a new level, a new quality and scale. The coming years will be decisive for Russia's fate for decades to come." He said Mr Medvedev had given a new impulse to modernisation, and the "transformation" of Russia must continue. He also spoke of the need to strengthen Russian democracy and constitutional rights.

Gyro-stabilized RF camera heads on motorcycles and the X fly covered the arrival of Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin


"I consider it to be the meaning of my whole life and my obligation to serve my fatherland and our people," Mr Putin said. "We will achieve our goals if we are a single, united people - if we hold our fatherland dear, strengthen Russian democracy, constitutional rights and freedoms."

The Kremlin audience included former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the widow of Russia's first president, Naina Yeltsin, and the four losing presidential candidates.

The whole ceremony was covered live with more than 80 cameras and shown on Russia's Channel One.


Vladimir Putin Presidential Inauguration on 07 May 2012

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