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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

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Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

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Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

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Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

v t e

Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

.
Deputy Prime Minister Of Russia


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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

v t e

Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

.
Deputy Prime Minister Of Russia


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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

v t e

Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

.
Deputy Prime Minister Of Russia


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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

v t e

Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

.
Deputy Prime Minister Of Russia


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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

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Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

.
l> Deputy Prime Minister Of Russia


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A Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (Russian: Заместитель председателя Правительства Российской Федерации) is a member of the Government of Russia. The post is commonly referred to as "deputy prime minister" or "vice prime minister" both in and outside of Russia. According to the Chapter 6, Article 110 of the Constitution of Russia, "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". Article 112 states that the Chairman of the Government (Prime Minister) recommends candidates for the post of Deputy Chairmen to the President of Russia.[1] The role of deputy chairmen of government of the Russian Federation is to coordinate the activities of federal government bodies and carry out other tasks in response to particular issues or events. It is a temporary position that is usually held by multiple people at once, with the most senior of them being the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia
Russia
(there can also be more than one first deputy).

Contents

1 Current Deputy Prime Ministers 2 Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References

Current Deputy Prime Ministers[edit]

Dmitry Kozak Alexander Khloponin Dmitry Rogozin Arkady Dvorkovich Olga Golodets Sergey Prikhodko Yury Trutnev Vitaly Mutko

Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District Deputy Prime Minister for defense and space industry Deputy Prime Minister for industry and energy Deputy Prime Minister for social affairs Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Deputy Prime Minister – Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Deputy Prime Minister by sport, tourism and youth policy

Since 14 October 2008 Since 19 January 2010 Since 23 December 2011 Since 21 May 2012 Since 21 May 2012 Since 22 May 2013 Since 31 August 2013 Since 19 October 2016

Complete list of Deputy Prime Ministers[edit] The following is a list of all individuals who have held the office of Deputy Chairman of Government in the Russian Federation since 1991, as well as the cabinets that they were part of.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Cabinet

Gennady Burbulis 6 November 1991 14 April 1992 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin

Alexander Shokhin 6 November 1991 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 6 November 1991 15 December 1992 First deputy – from 2 March 1992 interim Prime Minister – from 15 June Gaidar–Yeltsin

Sergey Shakhray 12 December 1991 20 April 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Mikhail Poltoranin 22 February 1992 25 November 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Valery Makharadze 2 March 1992 23 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Georgy Khizha 20 May 1992 11 May 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Viktor Chernomyrdin 30 May 1992 14 December 1992

Gaidar–Yeltsin

Anatoly Chubais 1 June 1992 16 November 1996 First deputy – from 5 November 1994 Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 20 January 1994 First deputy Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Saltykov 4 June 1992 25 March 1993

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 11 November 1992 20 January 1994

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Yury Yarov 23 December 1992 24 July 1996

Gaidar–Yeltsin Chernomyrdin I

Boris Fyodorov 23 December 1992 20 January 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Zaveryukha 10 February 1993 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Lobov 25 April 1993 18 September 1993 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 20 June 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Yegor Gaidar 18 September 1993 20 January 1994 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Shokhin 23 March 1994 6 November 1994

Chernomyrdin I

Sergey Shakhray 7 April 1994 5 January 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Davydov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Alexei Bolshakov 9 November 1994 17 March 1997 First deputy – from 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Polevanov 25 November 1994 24 January 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Nikolai Yegorov 7 December 1994 30 June 1995

Chernomyrdin I

Vitaly Ignatenko 31 May 1995 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Kinelyov 6 January 1996 14 August 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 14 August 1996 First deputy Chernomyrdin I

Alexander Kazakov 25 January 1996 19 July 1996

Chernomyrdin I

Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy – until 14 August 1996 Chernomyrdin I Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Potanin 14 August 1996 17 March 1997 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Babichev 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Alexander Livshits 14 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Valery Serov 14 August 1996 28 February 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Vladimir Fortov 17 August 1996 17 March 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Kulikov 4 February 1997 23 March 1998 simultaneously Minister of Internal Affairs Chernomyrdin II

Anatoly Chubais 7 March 1997 23 March 1998 First deputy Chernomyrdin II

Oleg Sysuyev 17 March 1997 16 September 1998

Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Alfred Koch 17 March 1997 13 August 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Yakov Urinson 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Boris Nemtsov 17 March 1997 28 August 1998 First deputy – until 28 April 1998 Chernomyrdin II Kiriyenko

Vladimir Bulgak 17 March 1997 30 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khlystun 19 May 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ramazan Abdulatipov 1 August 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Maxim Boiko 13 August 1997 15 November 1997

Chernomyrdin II

Farit Gazizullin 20 December 1997 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Ivan Rybkin 2 March 1998 24 April 1998

Chernomyrdin II

Sergei Kiriyenko 23 March 1998 24 April 1998 First deputy interim Prime Minister Chernomyrdin II

Viktor Khristenko 28 April 1998 28 September 1998

Kiriyenko

Boris Fyodorov 17 August 1998 28 September 1998

Primakov

Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 19 May 1999 First deputy Primakov

Vladimir Bulgak 16 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Vladimir Ryzhkov[a] 16 September 1998 21 September 1998 declined his post after five days Primakov

Alexander Shokhin 26 September 1998 30 September 1998

Primakov

Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 27 April 1999 First deputy Primakov

Gennady Kulik 21 September 1998 19 May 1999

Primakov

Valentina Matviyenko 24 September 1998 11 March 2003

Primakov Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Sergei Stepashin 27 April 1999 19 May 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from May 12 Primakov

Nikolai Aksyonenko 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 First deputy Stepashin Putin I

Mikhail Zadornov 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 First deputy Stepashin

Vladimir Shcherbak 25 May 1999 7 May 2000

Stepashin Putin I

Viktor Khristenko 31 May 1999 9 March 2004 First deputy – until 10 January 2000 Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Ilya Klebanov 31 May 1999 18 February 2002

Stepashin Putin I Kasyanov

Vladimir Putin 9 August 1999 16 August 1999 First deputy interim Prime Minister Stepashin

Mikhail Kasyanov 10 January 2000 17 May 2000 First deputy interim Prime Minister – from 7 May 2000 Putin I

Sergey Shoigu 10 January 2000 18 May 2000 simultaneously Minister of Emergency Situations Putin I

Alexei Kudrin 18 May 2000 9 March 2004 simultaneously Minister of Finance Kasyanov

Alexei Gordeyev 20 May 2000 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Boris Alyoshin 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Galina Karyelova 24 April 2003 9 March 2004

Kasyanov

Alexander Zhukov 9 March 2004 20 December 2011

Frakov I Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Dmitry Medvedev 9 March 2004 7 May 2008

Fradkov I Fradkov II Zubkov

Sergei Ivanov 14 November 2005 22 December 2011 simultaneously Minister of Defense First deputy (2007–2008) Fradkov II Zubkov Putin II

Sergei Naryshkin 25 February 2007 12 May 2008

Fradkov II Zubkov

Alexei Kudrin 24 September 2007 26 September 2011 simultaneously Minister of Finance Zubkov Putin II

Viktor Zubkov 12 May 2008 21 May 2012 First deputy Putin II

Igor Shuvalov 12 May 2008

First deputy Putin II Medvedev

Igor Sechin 12 May 2008 21 May 2012

Putin II

Sergei Sobyanin 12 May 2008 21 October 2010

Putin II

Dmitry Kozak 14 October 2008

Putin II Medvedev

Alexander Khloponin 19 January 2010

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the North Caucasian Federal District – until 12 May 2014 Putin II Medvedev

Vyacheslav Volodin 21 October 2010 27 December 2011

Putin II

Dmitry Rogozin 23 December 2011

Putin II Medvedev

Vladislav Surkov 27 December 2011 8 May 2013

Putin II

Arkady Dvorkovich 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Olga Golodets 21 May 2012

Medvedev

Sergei Prikhodko 22 May 2013

Medvedev

Yury Trutnev 31 August 2013

simultaneously Presidential Envoy
Presidential Envoy
to the Far Eastern Federal District Medvedev

Vitaly Mutko 30 October 2016

Medvedev

See also[edit]

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

Notes[edit]

^ Ryzhkov was appointed to the position, but five days later he declined the appointment, so whether he technically was in office or not is ambiguous.

UPI
UPI
Focus: Yeltsin appoints new deputy premiers. Published 16 September 1998. UPI. The historian with a knack for negotiation. Published 11 April 2012. Russia
Russia
Beyond the Headlines.

References[edit]

^ Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. Constitution of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 5 September 2017. ^ Russian ministries, political parties, etc. Rulers.org. Retrieved 8 September 2017.

v t e

Current Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev

Deputy Prime Ministers

Igor Shuvalov
Igor Shuvalov
(First) Olga Golodets Arkady Dvorkovich Alexander Khloponin Yuri Trutnev Dmitry Kozak Dmitry Rogozin Sergei Prikhodko Vitaly Mutko

Federal Ministers

Sergey Lavrov Vladimir Kolokoltsev Anton Siluanov Sergey Shoygu Vladimir Puchkov Alexander Konovalov Denis Manturov Maxim Oreshkin Oleg Govorun Veronika Skvortsova Maxim Topilin Maxim Sokolov Olga Vasilyeva Sergey Donskoy Alexander Novak Pavel Kolobkov Vladimir Medinsky Nikolay Nikiforov Aleksandr Tkachyov Mikhail Abyzov Alexander Ga

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