Putin appointed Rogozin head of Rosatom's Supervisory Board

7
Putin appointed Rogozin head of Rosatom's Supervisory Board

Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed new members of the supervisory board of Rosatom State Corporation, the corresponding decree is posted on the official legal information portal on Tuesday.

The Council includes Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who became chairman of the supervisory board, deputy head of the Ministry of Economic Development Andrei Klepach, Energy Minister Alexander Novak, former head of the Ministry of Environment, presidential aide Yury Trutnev, and presidential aide Yury Ushakov.

Apart from them, the board includes Rosatom CEO Sergey Kiriyenko, head of the FSB’s economic security department Yury Yakovlev, head of the military-industrial commission under the Russian government Igor Borovkov, and also presidential aide Larisa Brycheva.

By the same decree, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich, ex-Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Sergey Shmatko, First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Igor Shuvalov, who previously headed the council, First Deputy Head of the Cabinet of Ministers Sergei Prikhodko, and Head of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation Andrei Belousov, were removed from the Supervisory Board.

The Supervisory Board of Rosatom is the highest governing body of the state corporation. The Council, in particular, approves the strategy of Rosatom, approves the work programs, financial plans, annual report, appoints and dismisses members of the board of Rosatom and performs a number of other functions, RIA “News».
Our news channels

Subscribe and stay up to date with the latest news and the most important events of the day.

7 comments
Information
Dear reader, to leave comments on the publication, you must sign in.
  1. +1
    5 September 2012
    In loading as they say? Although if they gather there once a month and make decisions on prepared documents, especially if the documents are prepared by a large staff, then it’s not a burden ...
  2. 0
    5 September 2012
    Maybe this is an additional burden on Rogozin, but extra leverage will not hurt him!
  3. +2
    5 September 2012
    I with arms and legs Over! the man is smart and necessary.
    1. 0
      5 September 2012
      Quote: Redmont
      I with arms and legs Over! the man is smart and necessary.


      that's for sure, that's where else to find such.

      I recently remember Putin appointed a comrade from the workers, in my opinion from Uralvagonzavod to some important post (a comrade suggested he come to Moscow with men and put things in order), so this man is also very good, let's hope that he will grow into a second Rogozin :)
  4. +2
    5 September 2012
    A person gains influence, the main thing is that his head would not spin from copper pipes ...
  5. vasisualiy71
    +1
    5 September 2012
    Urra .. !!! Dvorgists ran in the corners. Now also pull out Chubais by forelock.
  6. with
    +2
    5 September 2012
    It is interesting to clone it or will they shove it into all the holes ???)) bully
  7. +1
    5 September 2012
    It is bad that there are few people like Him.
  8. Nechai
    0
    5 September 2012
    Quote: vasisualiy71
    Dvorgists ran in the corners.

    Yes, not in the corners, but up the career ladder. Arkashenka is now Deputy Prime Minister. Brother Misha is still undecided, but their former "decisive" office has already won back.
  9. red 015
    0
    5 September 2012
    career fast paced
  10. 0
    5 September 2012
    Yes! We have Rogozin and the reaper, and the Shvets, and the dude is a dude.

"Right Sector" (banned in Russia), "Ukrainian Insurgent Army" (UPA) (banned in Russia), ISIS (banned in Russia), "Jabhat Fatah al-Sham" formerly "Jabhat al-Nusra" (banned in Russia) , Taliban (banned in Russia), Al-Qaeda (banned in Russia), Anti-Corruption Foundation (banned in Russia), Navalny Headquarters (banned in Russia), Facebook (banned in Russia), Instagram (banned in Russia), Meta (banned in Russia), Misanthropic Division (banned in Russia), Azov (banned in Russia), Muslim Brotherhood (banned in Russia), Aum Shinrikyo (banned in Russia), AUE (banned in Russia), UNA-UNSO (banned in Russia), Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People (banned in Russia), Legion “Freedom of Russia” (armed formation, recognized as terrorist in the Russian Federation and banned)

“Non-profit organizations, unregistered public associations or individuals performing the functions of a foreign agent,” as well as media outlets performing the functions of a foreign agent: “Medusa”; "Voice of America"; "Realities"; "Present time"; "Radio Freedom"; Ponomarev; Savitskaya; Markelov; Kamalyagin; Apakhonchich; Makarevich; Dud; Gordon; Zhdanov; Medvedev; Fedorov; "Owl"; "Alliance of Doctors"; "RKK" "Levada Center"; "Memorial"; "Voice"; "Person and law"; "Rain"; "Mediazone"; "Deutsche Welle"; QMS "Caucasian Knot"; "Insider"; "New Newspaper"