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MOSCOW, June 7 (Itar-Tass) - Presently, the question of the government’s reshuffle is not on the agenda, Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday.
Peskov added “we have been asked many times, and we have given answers many times - it is most easy to dismiss whoever, and the most complicated thing is to learn to work together and to motivate people for work, the work, which brings results.”
The press secretary said both the administration and the government learn together to offer final priorities and it is not the issue to find who is not right, who is to blame, who did something, and who - not.