Putin appointed Medinsky Oreshkin and his assistants

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the Former head of the Ministry Maxim Oreshkin and former Minister of culture Vladimir Medinsky was appointed assistant to the President of the Russian Federation. The decree was signed by Vladimir Putin, RIA Novosti reported.

Putin Also increased to three the number of Deputy head of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation and has appointed Dmitry Kozak.

Medina, in 2002-2004 he was the head of the Executive Committee of MGRO of party “United Russia”. From 2003 to 2011 – Deputy of the state Duma. May 21 2012 appointed Minister of culture.

the dolls from 2013 to 2015, he worked as the Director of Department of strategic planning of the Ministry of Finance from 2015 to 2016 was Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation. The official held the post of Minister of economic development from 2016.

Medina in the new government replaced the head of the Department of cinematography Olga Lyubimova. The economic development Ministry after the departure Oreshkin headed by the former Governor of the Perm edge Maxim Reshetnikov.

Kozak to the post of Deputy Prime Minister oversaw the fuel and energy complex, industry and issues related to Crimea and Sevastopol.

After the change of government the post of Vice-Prime Ministers, received Dmitry Grigorenko, Yuri Trutnev, Victor Abramchenko, Yuri Borisov, Tatiana Golikova, Alexei Overchuk, Marat Khusnullin, and Dmitry Chernyshenko.

First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov.

Earlier, Putin introduced a new position – Deputy Chairman of the Russian security Council. In this position, he appointed Dmitry Medvedev, who previously held the post of Prime Minister.

Before the President of the Russian Federation signed a decree according to which the Prime Minister will have nine deputies, including one Deputy Prime Minister. Prior to that, Vice was 10.

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the names of Deputy Prime Ministers of Cabinet mishustina. Approved the new composition of the government