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GORKI, June 3 (Itar-Tass) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has wished his deputy Arkady Dvorkovich soonest recovery and advised him to be more careful when playing football.
During the meeting with vice-premiers on Monday, the prime minister noted that not all of the vice-premiers were present. Some colleagues were on business trips, and some were unwell. "Let us wish him (Dvorkovich) recovery. He should play football more carefully, " Medvedev said.
Vice-Premier Dvorkovich was hospitalized on Sunday after he received an injury during the Russia-England charity football match, the Art-Football project.
During the game, he collided with an English Art team player when fighting for the ball.
Dvorkovich is already discharged from the hospital.