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MOSCOW, May 23 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Vladimir Putin has made several appointments in the Russian presidential administration.
The president issued the decrees to appoint Yevgeny Shkolov as Russian presidential aide, Alexander Abramov as Russian presidential adviser and Vladimir Tolstoy as Russian presidential adviser, the Russian presidential press service reported on Wednesday.
The president issued the decrees to dismiss Oleg Markov from the post of Russian presidential aide, Yuri Laptev and Yevgeny Yuryev from the posts of Russian presidential advisers.