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President Medvedev makes another series of appointments

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Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has made another series of appointments of personal advisers and envoys, the Kremlin said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW, May 14 (RIA Novosti) - Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has made another series of appointments of personal advisers and envoys, the Kremlin said on Wednesday.

Medvedev appointed two more advisers, Mikhail Lesin and Vladimir Shevchenko, bringing the number up to seven. Both men were advisers to former president Vladimir Putin.

On Tuesday Medvedev appointed five advisers - Leonid Reiman, former minister of information technologies and communications, Veniamin Yakovlev, former chairman of the Supreme Court, Mikhail Trinoga, who headed Medvedev's secretariat when he served as first deputy prime minister before becoming Russian president, Mikhail Zurabov, former health minister, and Yury Laptev, who served as Putin's cultural adviser.

The president also reappointed presidential envoys to the Constitutional Court and both parliamentary houses.

Mikhail Krotov was reappointed to the post at the Constitutional Court, Alexander Kotenkov will remain envoy to the upper house, the Federation Council, while Alexander Kosopkin, continues to serve as presidential envoy to the State Duma.

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