Putin and Medvedev reported on income
The income of the President and Prime Minister for 2016 amounted to about 8.5 million rubles ($150.170).
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev issued declarations on their incomes and property within the framework of the traditional campaign.
According to the document on the Government's website, Medvedev earned 8.587 million rubles ($150.180) in 2016. This is 2% less than a year earlier, RBC notes.
The press service of the Russian Government explained the reduction in the Prime Minister's income by reducing the deposit amount and interest on it, RIA Novosti reported.
According to the Kremlin website, the President's income for 2016 amounted to 8.858 million rubles - that is, Putin earned about 300 thousand rubles more than Medvedev.
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