October 06, 2012 13:41
Tatyana Nesterenko appointed first deputy finance minister of Russia
MOSCOW. Oct 6 (Interfax) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a directive on appointing Tatyana Nesterenko first deputy finance minister.
The government directive dated October 5 was published on the government's website on Saturday.
Before this appointment, Nesterenko served as a deputy finance minister.
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