Vaino was appointed Chairman of Presidium of the Anti-Corruption Council instead of Ivanov
Previously, Anton Vaino was appointed the Head of the Presidential Administration, replacing in this position Sergey Ivanov.
The Russian President Vladimir Putin included in the Anti-Corruption Council and appointed as the Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Council the new Head of his Administration Anton Vaino. From the board, respectively, Sergey Ivanov, who earlier headed the Kremlin administration for five years, was expelled.
Vladimir Putin has made adjustments in the composition of the Presidential Commission of the Public Service and Personnel Reserve. It was headed by Anton Vaino, also there were included in the structure the Presidential Envoy to the Siberian Federal District Sergey Menyailo, the first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Nikolai Fedorov (as agreed) and the Presidential Envoy to the Northwestern Federal District Nikolay Tsukanov.
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Anton Vaino comes from a family of prominent Soviet politarists. After graduating from the Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs Vaino worked for 5 years at the Russian Embassy in Japan, then 2 years in the Foreign Ministry. Since 2003, Vaino started work in the Kremlin, and was a member of Putin's team. Since May 2012, the descendant of the Soviet politarists became the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration.
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