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    Special Presidential Representative for the Development of Trade and Economic Relations with Ukraine Mikhail Zurabov was dismissed from the post by a decree, issued by the president.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russian President Vladimir Putin released Special Presidential Representative for the Development of Trade and Economic Relations with Ukraine Mikhail Zurabov from the post by a decree, published Thursday on the official portal of legal information.

    In July, Zurabov was also dismissed from the post of Russian Ambassador to Ukraine.

    "To adopt a decree on… 'Special Presidential Representative for the Development of Trade and Economic Relations'," the decree reads.

    Zurabov was appointed to the post in January 2010, while serving as Ambassador to Ukraine from August 2009.


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