President Vladimir Putin agreed on the candidacies proposed by Dmitry Medvedev for the posts of vice-premiers and ministers.
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov. It is planned that he will be responsible for financial and economic issues, that is, to supervise not only the Ministry of Finance, but also the Ministry of Economic Development. In the past, Siluanov was the Minister of Finance.
Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova. Will supervise social policy, including the issue of pension reform. Prior to that, for almost five years, she was the chairman of the Accounting Chamber.
Vice-Premier Dmitry Kozak. The sphere of responsibility is the fuel and energy complex and industry (except for defense enterprises). In the past, the government as vice prime minister was responsible for preparing Sochi for the Olympics, developing regions and housing and communal services.
Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Gordeyev. Will engage in agriculture. In 1999-2009 years. already served as Minister of Agriculture. After that he was governor of the Voronezh region. Since December 2017, he held the post of plenipotentiary representative of the president in the Central Federal District.
Vice Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko. Will be responsible for the construction sector and the development of regions. In the past, the government first served as the minister of sports, and then - the vice-premier.
Vice Prime Minister Yuri Borisov. Will become the curator of the military-industrial complex. Previously, as deputy minister of defense, he oversaw procurement of weapons.
Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov. Will be responsible for transport, communications and digitalization of the economy. He left the post of deputy head of the government apparatus.
Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets. Its sphere of responsibility will be culture and sport. In the past, the government, as vice prime minister, oversaw social policy.
Vice Prime Minister and Plenipotentiary Representative of the President in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev. The only vice-premier of the past government, who retained not only the post, but also the functional.
Vice Prime Minister and Head of the Government Staff Konstantin Chuichenko. Will supervise the legislative work of the government and personnel issues. Since 2008, he was an assistant to the president - head of the control department of the presidential administration. A classmate of Medvedev.
Minister of Economic Development
Maxim Oreshkin. Retained the post.
Minister of Energy
Alexander Novak. Retained the post.
Minister of Transport
Eugene Dietrich. Previously, he was the first deputy minister of transport.
Minister of Industry and Trade
Denis Manturov. Retained the post.
Minister of Agriculture
Dmitry Patrushev. Previously, he held the post of chairman of the board of Rosselkhozbank.
Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology
Dmitry Kobylkin. Previously, he held the post of governor of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District.
Minister of Digital Development, Communication and Mass Communications
Konstantin Noskov. Previously, he was Head of the Analytical Center under the Government of the Russian Federation.
Minister of Construction and Housing and Communal Services
Vladimir Yakushev. Previously, he held the post of governor of the Tyumen region.
Minister of Labor and Social Protection
Maxim Topilin. Retained the post.
Minister of Health
Veronica Skvortsova. Retained the post.
Minister of Education
Olga Vasilyeva. In the past, the government was Minister of Education and Science.
Minister of Higher Education and Science
Mikhail Kotyukov. Previously, he held the post of head of the Federal Agency of Scientific Organizations.
Minister of Culture
Vladimir Medinsky. Retained the post.
Minister of Sports
Pavel Kolobkov. Retained the post.
Minister of Internal Affairs
Vladimir Kolokoltsev. Retained the post.
Sergey Lavrov. Retained the post.
Minister of Defense
Sergey Shoigu. Retained the post.
Minister for Emergency Situations
Evgeny Zinichev. Previously, he served as deputy director of the Federal Security Service.
Minister of Justice
Alexander Konovalov. Retained the post.
Minister for the Development of the Far East
Alexander Kozlov. Previously, he held the post of governor of the Amur region.
Minister for North Caucasus Affairs
Sergei Chebotarev. Previously, he held the post of deputy head of the presidential department for interregional and cultural relations with foreign countries, which oversees relations with Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Left the government:
Igor Shuvalov, who held the post of first vice-premier
Arkady Dvorkovich, who held the post of deputy prime minister, supervising the fuel and energy complex
Alexander Khloponin, who held the post of deputy prime minister, supervised the issues of nature protection, timber industry complex, alcohol market and ecology
Sergei Prikhodko, who held the posts of deputy prime minister and head of the government apparatus
Dmitry Rogozin, who held the post of deputy prime minister, who supervised the defense industry complex
Alexander Tkachev, who held the post of Minister of Agriculture
Maxim Sokolov, who was the Minister of Transport
Sergei Donskoy, who held the post of Minister for Natural Resources
Nikolai Nikiforov, who served as Minister of Communications
Vladimir Puchkov, who was the head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations
Mikhail Men, who was Minister of Housing Affairs
Lev Kuznetsov, who served as minister for the affairs of the North Caucasus
Alexander Galushka, who served as Minister for the Development of the Far East
Mikhail Abyzov, who served as Minister for Open Government Affairs.