Putin reappoints Vaino as head of presidential administration
MOSCOW, Jun 13 (PRIME) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin has reappointed Anton Vaino as head of the presidential administration, according to a decree released on the Kremlin’s website on Wednesday.
Sergei Kiriyenko and Alexei Gromov were reappointed as first deputy heads of the presidential administration, while Vladimir Ostrovenko and Magomedsalam Magomedov were appointed as deputy chiefs.
Dmitry Peskov was reappointed as presidential spokesman and deputy head of the presidential administration.
Andrei Belousov, Vladislav Surkov, Andrei Fursenko, Yury Ushakov and Igor Levitin were reappointed as presidential aides, and Larisa Brychyova, Dmitry Kalimulin, Anatoly Seryshev, and Dmitry Shalkov were appointed as presidential aides.
Vladimir Kozhin was released from the position of presidential aide on military and technical issues, and Yevgeny Shkolov was dismissed as presidential aide.
Vladislav Kitayev was reappointed as chief of the presidential protocol.
Sergei Glazyev, Alexandra Levitskaya and Vladimir Tolstoi were reappointed advisers to the president, and Anton Kobyakov, Mikhail Fedotov, Veniamin Yakovlev were appointed advisers.
German Klimenko was dismissed as presidential adviser for the Internet and Sergei Grigorov was also released from the position of presidential adviser.
Garry Minkh was reappointed presidential envoy to the State Duma, the parliament’s lower house, Artur Muravyov was appointed presidential envoy to the Federation Council, the upper house, Mikhail Krotov was appointed presidential envoy to the Constitutional Court