Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet

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Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet (May 2008 – May 2012) was a cabinet of the government of the Russian Federation following the 2008 Russian presidential election that resulted in the election of Dmitry Medvedev as the third President of Russia.wikipedia
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Igor Shuvalov

Viktor Zubkov (former Prime Minister) and Igor Shuvalov were appointed First Deputy Prime Ministers, while Igor Sechin, Sergey Sobyanin, Alexander Zhukov, Sergei Ivanov and Alexei Kudrin received positions of Deputy Prime Ministers.
Previously, he served in the same capacity in Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet.

Sergei Ivanov

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Viktor Zubkov (former Prime Minister) and Igor Shuvalov were appointed First Deputy Prime Ministers, while Igor Sechin, Sergey Sobyanin, Alexander Zhukov, Sergei Ivanov and Alexei Kudrin received positions of Deputy Prime Ministers.
After the election of Dmitry Medvedev as President of Russia, Ivanov was reappointed a Deputy Prime Minister in Vladimir Putin's second government.

Government of Russia

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Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet (May 2008 – May 2012) was a cabinet of the government of the Russian Federation following the 2008 Russian presidential election that resulted in the election of Dmitry Medvedev as the third President of Russia.

Russia

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Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet (May 2008 – May 2012) was a cabinet of the government of the Russian Federation following the 2008 Russian presidential election that resulted in the election of Dmitry Medvedev as the third President of Russia.

2008 Russian presidential election

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Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet (May 2008 – May 2012) was a cabinet of the government of the Russian Federation following the 2008 Russian presidential election that resulted in the election of Dmitry Medvedev as the third President of Russia.

Dmitry Medvedev

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Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet (May 2008 – May 2012) was a cabinet of the government of the Russian Federation following the 2008 Russian presidential election that resulted in the election of Dmitry Medvedev as the third President of Russia.

President of Russia

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Vladimir Putin's Second Cabinet (May 2008 – May 2012) was a cabinet of the government of the Russian Federation following the 2008 Russian presidential election that resulted in the election of Dmitry Medvedev as the third President of Russia.

Vladimir Putin

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The second President, Vladimir Putin, was appointed to the position of the Prime Minister of Russia.

Prime Minister of Russia

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The second President, Vladimir Putin, was appointed to the position of the Prime Minister of Russia.

Viktor Zubkov

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Viktor Zubkov (former Prime Minister) and Igor Shuvalov were appointed First Deputy Prime Ministers, while Igor Sechin, Sergey Sobyanin, Alexander Zhukov, Sergei Ivanov and Alexei Kudrin received positions of Deputy Prime Ministers.

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

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Viktor Zubkov (former Prime Minister) and Igor Shuvalov were appointed First Deputy Prime Ministers, while Igor Sechin, Sergey Sobyanin, Alexander Zhukov, Sergei Ivanov and Alexei Kudrin received positions of Deputy Prime Ministers.

Igor Sechin

Viktor Zubkov (former Prime Minister) and Igor Shuvalov were appointed First Deputy Prime Ministers, while Igor Sechin, Sergey Sobyanin, Alexander Zhukov, Sergei Ivanov and Alexei Kudrin received positions of Deputy Prime Ministers.

Sergey Sobyanin

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Viktor Zubkov (former Prime Minister) and Igor Shuvalov were appointed First Deputy Prime Ministers, while Igor Sechin, Sergey Sobyanin, Alexander Zhukov, Sergei Ivanov and Alexei Kudrin received positions of Deputy Prime Ministers.

Alexander Zhukov

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Viktor Zubkov (former Prime Minister) and Igor Shuvalov were appointed First Deputy Prime Ministers, while Igor Sechin, Sergey Sobyanin, Alexander Zhukov, Sergei Ivanov and Alexei Kudrin received positions of Deputy Prime Ministers.

Presidential Administration of Russia

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Igor Sechin, former Deputy Chief of the Presidential Administration of Russia is responsible for the industry; Alexei Kudrin is responsible for the finances; and Alexander Zhukov is responsible for the National Priority Projects.

National Priority Projects

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Igor Sechin, former Deputy Chief of the Presidential Administration of Russia is responsible for the industry; Alexei Kudrin is responsible for the finances; and Alexander Zhukov is responsible for the National Priority Projects.

Aleksandr Konovalov (politician, born 1968)

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Aleksandr Konovalov, former presidential representative to the Volga Federal District and a student of Dmitry Medvedev became Minister for Justice.

Volga Federal District

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Aleksandr Konovalov, former presidential representative to the Volga Federal District and a student of Dmitry Medvedev became Minister for Justice.

Justice minister

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Aleksandr Konovalov, former presidential representative to the Volga Federal District and a student of Dmitry Medvedev became Minister for Justice.

Rashid Nurgaliyev

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Rashid Nurgaliyev kept the position of the Minister of Internal Affairs.

Ministry of Internal Affairs (Russia)

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Rashid Nurgaliyev kept the position of the Minister of Internal Affairs.

Sergey Lavrov

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Sergey Lavrov kept the position of the Foreign Minister of Russia.

Minister of Foreign Affairs (Russia)

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Sergey Lavrov kept the position of the Foreign Minister of Russia.