Sergei Prikhodko became the first Deputy head of the government apparatus
Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev appointed Sergei Prikhodko, first Deputy head of the government apparatus. About it reports a press-service of the government.
Prikhodko Sergey Eduardovich was born on 12 January 1957 in Moscow. His father worked in the Academy of armored forces, mother was a research fellow at Cniichermet. In 1980 he graduated from the faculty of international economic relations MGIMO. While studying, I interned at the Prague Higher economic school.
Since 1980 he worked as a reviewer, attaché of the Soviet Embassy in Czechoslovakia. Since 1985 — officer of the 4th European Department of the Ministry of foreign Affairs, 1986 — attaché, third Secretary, Department of socialist countries of Europe of Ministry of foreign Affairs. In 1987 he returned to the Embassy in Czechoslovakia, worked as the third, then the second Secretary. 1992 — second Secretary, then first Secretary of the Russian Embassy in the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic. In 1993 he became head of the Department of Europe the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, in 1995 — Baltic division of the 2nd European Department of the foreign Ministry. Since 1997 — Deputy Director of 2nd European Department of the foreign Ministry. During the diplomatic service closely acquainted with Sergei Yastrzhembsky, on whose advice in 1997 he moved to the presidential administration.