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Defense, Foreign and Finance ministers retain their positions in new Russian government

Defense, Foreign and Finance ministers retain their positions in new Russian government

President Vladimir Putin has approved the new government after the resignation of the previous cabinet calling it balanced. Although there was a significant reshuffle, defense, foreign and finance ministers kept their posts.

“The new government is a well-balanced one, although it went through a major reshuffle,” Putin said during a meeting with the new cabinet.

Both Sergey Lavrov and  Sergey Shoigu are political heavyweights and among the most trusted political figures in Russia, trailing only behind President Putin himself when it comes to popularity with the public. Anton Siluanov has been Russia’s finance minister since 2011.

A career diplomat with decades of experience in international relations, Lavrov served as Russia’s envoy to the UN for ten years before taking the helm at the Foreign Ministry in 2004.

He led Russian diplomacy through turbulent periods on the international stage and has been instrumental in building Moscow’s reputation as an influential global power in recent years.

Shoigu, meanwhile, is credited with strengthening and modernizing Russia’s Armed Forces through a set of ambitious reforms to increase combat readiness and spearheading a massive rearmament program to equip forces with cutting-edge weapons.

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Siluanov worked in the Russian Finance Ministry since early 1990s and headed several ministerial departments, including the ones on macroeconomic policy and banks as well as on budgetary policy before being briefly promoted to the post of the deputy finance minister between 2003 and 2004 and then taking up this post once again in 2005.
Six years later, he became the finance minister and held this post ever since.

The news that the three ministers, along with nine others, will retain their leading positions comes as no surprise, though the the abrupt resignation of the government last week after Putin’s address was an earthquake for Russian politics.

Former Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced last week that the entire government would resign in a surprise statement shortly after Putin’s state of the union speech.

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What was an annual routine event turned into one of the most significant moments in Russia’s modern political history as Putin unexpectedly proposed major amendments to the nation’s constitution. 

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Putin also proposed that Russia should abide by international law only to the extent that it does not restrict Russians’ rights and freedoms and does not contradict Russia’s own constitution.

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