May 12, 2014 16:42
Latest reshuffles unify governance structure in Crimea, N. Caucasus, Far East - Peskov
SOCHI. May 12 (Interfax) - The latest appointments and dismissals by President Vladimir Putin announced on Monday aim to create a uniform governance structure for Russia's developing regions.
"Effectively, the systems have been aligned in three areas: Crimea, North Caucasus and Far East. There will be the same structure there everywhere: the minister, the plenipotentiary envoy and a deputy prime minister in charge," Russian President's Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
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