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Putin has appointed a new prime minister

Putin has appointed a new prime minister
Photo by: kremlin.ru

Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. The decree of appointment has already entered into force.

Mishustin was also included in the Security Council of the Russian Federation as a permanent member. The deputy chairman of the Security Council was Dmitry Medvedev, who was relieved of his duties as prime minister of the Russian government.

State Duma deputies almost unanimously before appointment approved the candidacy Mikhail Mishustin as Prime Minister. In his speech to the deputies, he said that as head of the Cabinet of Ministers, he intends to speed up work on national projects, solve the problems of protecting investments, remove administrative barriers to business, create a pleasant investment climate, and develop the agricultural sector.

Medvedev and the entire Russian government resigned after Putin’s message to the Federal Assembly and proposals to amend the Constitution. After that, the president proposed the post of prime minister. Head of the Federal Tax Service Mishustin.