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Mishustin approved the new structure of the apparatus of the government of the Russian Federation

Mishustin approved the new structure of the apparatus of the government of the Russian Federation
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The new structure of the government apparatus was approved in Russia. The order on changes and new appointments was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

On document, the maximum staff of the department will be 1 employees. Dmitry Grigorenko became the head of the government apparatus. He can now have 545 deputies, including one first deputy, who has already become the former deputy chief of staff Valery Sidorenko. The positions of deputies were retained by Olga Krivonos and Alexey Uvarov.

Several deputies came from the Federal Tax Service, which was previously headed by Mikhail Mishustin. This is the former deputy head of the Federal Tax Service Svetlana Andryushchenko, the former head of the Federal Tax Service Igor Shevchenko, the former head of the interactive services department of the Federal Tax Service Olga Chepurina. Evgenia Bozhenova, who was previously the head of the legal department of the Federal Tax Service, became the director of the department for ensuring regulatory policy of the apparatus, and the ex-employee of the Federal Tax Service Natalya Savina will now head the protocol of the new prime minister.

Several deputy directors of departments became their heads, and several heads of departments remained in their places. 

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