When Vladimir Putin was only a boy, he was sixteen, he knew one thing: he wanted to become a spy. He went to the KGB office in Leningrad and asked for information on what he had to do to work in the security services. An office official explained to him that the security services did not take volunteers, that he would have to finish school first, then he would have to choose whether to enroll in university or join the army. Putin asked which faculty would be the best for a career …
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