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Russia’s former nuclear boss appointed deputy head of presidential administration

Vladimir Putin has appointed the former director of Russia’s state nuclear energy corporation, Sergey Kiriyenko, as first deputy head of his administration in charge of domestic politics. Read Full Article at RT.com
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