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MOSCOW, April 4 (Itar-Tass) -- Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has posted a report on his personal earnings in 2012, the governmental press service said.
Upon the results of last year, he earned 5,814,351 rubles, which is slightly less than $ 188,200 at the current exchange rate.
Medvedev owns a plot of land of 4,700 sq meters, which he is renting over a period of 49 years, and a residential apartment with the floor space of 367.8 sq meters.
Also, he has two cars - a Volga GAZ-20 and a Volga GAZ-21 of Russian manufacture.
His spouse Svetlana did not get any revenues in 2012. She owns two car parking spaces of about 16 sq meters each and a Volkswagen Golf car.
The Kremlin press service said earlier in the day President Vladimir Putin, too, posted a report on his personal revenues in 2012, the Kremlin press service said Friday.
He earned 5,790,823 rubles, or slightly more than $ 187,400 at the current exchange rate.
His earnings increased by 2 million rubles compared with 2011.
Putin has two residential apartments having the floor spaces of 153.7 sq meters and 77 sq meters respectively and a plot of land of 1,500 sq meters in the Moscow region,
Also, he has a garage of 18 sq meters and a car parking space.
The list of his properties features three cars of Russian manufacture - two Volgas, a Niva cross-country vehicle and an auto trailer.
The President’s spouse, Lyudmila, earned 121,374 rubles in 2012 versus 443,000 rubles in 2011.
As for the Putins’ daughters, Yekaterina and Maria, the declaration submitted by the head of state does not contain any data on them.