For this position, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin nominated the current Minister Denis Manturov to the State Duma. The State Duma will consider Manturov's candidacy on July 15 Deputy Prime Minister” />
President Vladimir Putin has increased the number of Russian Deputy Prime Ministers, one of them will be the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the decree says. This position is currently held by Denis Manturov.
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin nominated Manturov for the post of Deputy Prime Minister, according to the government's Telegram channel. The State Duma will consider it on July 15. It is the lower house of parliament that must approve the minister of industry as deputy prime minister.
According to the presidential decree, the number of deputy prime ministers has increased to 11 (now there are ten of them, including the first deputy prime minister). Among them:
- First Deputy Prime Minister (currently Andrei Belousov)
- vice premier— Plenipotentiary Representative of the President in the Far Eastern Federal District (now Yuri Trutnev)
- Deputy Prime Minister— head of the government apparatus (now Dmitry Grigorenko)
- deputy prime minister— Minister of Industry and Trade.
RBC sent a request to the press services of the government and the Ministry of Industry and Trade about Manturov's new powers, as well as to the office of First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov.
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Now the issue of state policy in the field of industry is supervised by Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov, who also coordinates the activities of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Borisov is also in charge of armament programs, state defense orders, development of the defense, nuclear, rocket and space, shipbuilding, aviation and radio-electronic industries.
The main facts of the biography of Denis Manturov:
- Born in 1969 in Murmansk. Graduated from Moscow State University with a degree in sociology, RANEPA with a degree in jurisprudence, doctoral studies at the Moscow Aviation Institute.
- In the late 1990s, he served as general director of the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant, in 2000-2001— Commercial Director of the Moscow Helicopter Plant. M. L. Milya In 2001-2003 he was Deputy Chairman of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “State Investment Corporation” (Gosinkor, was liquidated in 2003), in 2003–2007— General Director of the OPK “Oboronprom” (part of Rostec).
- Since September 2007— Deputy Minister of Industry and Energy, since May 2008— Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade.
- In February 2012, he was appointed Acting Minister of Industry and Trade, from May of the same year— minister.
- At the end of 2020, the contradictions between the authorities and metallurgists escalated. First Deputy Prime Minister Andrey Belousov criticized the representatives of the industry, saying that they “stuffed” the state by 100 billion rubles, increasing revenues by several times, including due to rising prices in the domestic market. The money should be returned to the budget, he believes. As a result, Manutrov organized a meeting with metallurgists, where they asked for discounts for government construction.
- In March 2022, after the introduction of new Western sanctions, Manturov estimated that Russia would need three to six months to restructure logistics in various industries .
- Manturov has been the richest minister for the past three years: at the end of 2019, he reported on earned 586 million rubles, at the end of 2020— about 740 million rubles, at the end of 2021— 704.6 million rubles
The last time the president changed the number of deputy prime ministers was in November 2020, when their number increased from nine to ten. After that, Alexander Novak, who previously held the post of Minister of Energy, became Deputy Prime Minister.
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