Prime Minister of the Russian Federation


 The Russian Constitution states that executive power in the country is exercised by the Government. According to the federal constitutional law "On the Government of the Russian Federation," dated December 17, 1997, the Prime Minister is appointed by the President of the Russian Federation from among citizens of Russia who do not also hold a citizenship of a foreign country in accordance with the procedure stipulated in the Constitution. The Prime Minister chairs the Government, determines the operating priorities of the Government and organizes its operation in accordance with the Constitution, federal constitutional laws, federal laws and Presidential decrees.

Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev


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