Russian President Vladimir Putin's Annual Call-In Program by firstname.lastname@example.org (National Cable Satellite Corporation) Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to questions from an audience and those submitted by text, electronic mail, telephone, and live video during his annual question and answer session in Moscow. Three million questions were submitted during the nearly five hour program. He spoke about topics including Russia's economy, the global economic crisis, and corruption in government. During the first hour of the program President Putin also responded to the Boston Marathon bombings. He said more security cooperation was needed between the U.S. and Russia and that it was not a problem of ethnicity or religion but "extremist sentiments. This is a portion of the call-in program. Russian with English translation in voice over.