Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Premier Does Not Expect New Changes In Government Structure Shortly

Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov does not expect any more changes in the government structure and personnel reshuffles shortly. The Premier said that he cannot say with certainty now that the changes in the cabinet of ministers have been completed -- this is a continuous process, but it does not mean that any more changes in the government structure and personnel reshuffles will follow shortly, said the Prime Minister on Wednesday in reply to a RIA Novosti question. Kasyanov also said that after the latest cabinet changes the former minister of industry, science and technologies Alexander Dondukov will get another job, most probably in the aircraft industry. The post of the new minister who will deal with national relations is so far vacant, and the candidature is still open, said Kasyanov.

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