Russian Federation

Putin appoints Cabinet


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President Vladimir Putin has appointed his new Cabinet which has increased from 19 names to a list of 28 names.

The list as published on the presidential website is as follows:

Igor Shuvalov First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Vladislav Surkov Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and Government Chief of Staff
Dmitry Kozak Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Dmitry Rogozin Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Arkady Dvorkovich Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Olga Golodets Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Alexander Khloponin Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and Presidential Plenipotentiary
Envoy to the North Caucasus Federal District
Anton Siluanov Finance Minister
Alexander Novak Energy Minister
Andrei Belousov Economic Development Minister
Maxim Topilin Labour and Social Protection Minister
Maxim Sokolov Transport Minister
Vitaly Mutko Sports Minister
Nikolai Fedorov Agriculture Minister
Nikolai Nikiforov Communications and Mass Communications Minister
Oleg Govorun Regional Development Minister
Viktor Ishayev Minister in charge of Russia’s Far East Development and Presidential Plenipotentiary
Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District
Denis Manturov Industry and Trade Minister
Sergei Donskoy Natural Resources and Environment Minister
Dmitry Livanov Education and Science Minister
Vladimir Medinsky Minister of Culture
Veronika Skvortsova Minister of Healthcare
Alexander Konovalov Justice Minister
Anatoly Serdyukov Defence Minister
Sergei Lavrov Foreign Minister
Vladimir Puchkov Minister of Civil Defence, Emergency Situations and Disaster Relief
Vladimir Kolokoltsev Interior Minister
Mikhail Abyzov Minister for Relations with the Open Government
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