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Oreshkin and Medinsky became Presidential Aides

Oreshkin and Medinsky became Presidential Aides
Photo by: kremlin.ru

Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed the former Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky and the former head of the Ministry of Economic Development Maxim Oreshkin as his assistants. Decrees on this are published on the official portal of legal information.

What will Oreshkin and Medinsky do in the administration of the head of state is not specified. Earlier it became known about another appointment - former Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak became deputy head of the presidential administration.

Global personnel changes began on January 15. Then the government of the Russian Federation led by Dmitry Medvedev resigned in full force. Mikhail Mishustin became Prime Minister of the country, 11 ministers were able to stay in positions, the rest left their posts.