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President Vladimir Putin has created two posts of deputy prime ministers in the Russian government
The President appointed Dmitry Medvedev, head of the Kremlin administration up till now, to the post of first deputy prime minister. Sergei Ivanov was appointed deputy prime minister, along with retaining his post of defence minister. The President announced the appointments at his meeting with members of the government. Putin has dismissed from posts his representatives in the Volga and Far Eastern Federal Districts, Sergei Kiriyenko and Konstantin Pulikovsky. Putin said at a government meeting on Monday that he had appointed Alexander Konovalov, until recently prosecutor of Bashkortostan, as his representative in the Volga Federal district and Shamil Iskhakov, former administration chief of the city of Kazan, as his representative in the Far Eastern Federal District. Putin appointed Sergei Sobyanin, who was governor of the Tyumen region, head of the Kremlin administration
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