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MOSCOW, April 12. /TASS/. Russia’s ex-Finance Minister Kudrin told reporters that he had been offered an administrative post at the Center of Strategic Developments and his duties are under consideration.
"I was offered am administrative post at the Center of Strategic Developments. I am considering it now. In general I am ready to accept it but certain procedures should be made which takes time. It is too early to speak about my duties - they are being negotiated," Kudrin said.
Kudrin added that he is not going to leave the Committee of Civil Initiatives and abandon other scientific and public activities.
"I will continue with my public activities. I have work to do in several scientific organizations. In some of them I will adjust my schedule but in general I will keep those jobs. I won’t leave the supervisory board (of Moscow) Exchange either," he told TASS.