Putin appoints Vaino as new Head of Russian Presidential Administration
Sergey Ivanov recommended his candidacy
Russia's President Vladimir Putin appointed Anton Vaino as the new Head of the Russian Presidential Administration after dismissing Sergey Ivanov from this position. The Russian Federation President's press service reports this.
According to the report, ex-Head Sergey Ivanov personally recommended Vaino's candidacy.
"Anton Vaino has been working successfully as the Deputy Head of the Russian Presidential Administration for several years. Sergey Ivanov recommended him as a successor. I want to offer him this post", Putin said.
It is reported that Vaino also will enter the Russian Security Council.
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