Yeltsin son-in-law told me about working in the Kremlin with Putin’s first term

Yeltsin son-in-law told me about working in the Kremlin with Putin’s first term

The presidential adviser Valentin Yumashev told TASS that works in the Kremlin administration from 2000, when Vladimir Putin was first elected to the highest office.

“I have 18 years of age hold a post of the adviser on public principles, from this point of view nothing has changed,” he said.

According to Yumashev, it does not have a strictly defined range of supervised issues or responsibilities.

If you have questions, which will be needed my experience and knowledge, I always do everything I can.Valentin Yumashev, the adviser of the President of Russia

June 22, the press service of the Kremlin published the decree with which Vladimir Putin has appointed Yumashev as his adviser on a voluntary basis. After that, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that Yumashev 18 years working in the Kremlin administration in this status. Despite the fact that the relevant documents had never been published in open access, and the politician was not mentioned in the press as such, Peskov said that such decrees were before.

According to RBC, Yumashev was and Advisor to the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin after the end of 1998, resigned as head of the AP. Thus, he was adviser to all presidents. In the 2000s, has been actively engaged in business, in particular development activities.

Valentin Yumashev married second marriage to Tatyana Dyachenko, the daughter of Boris Yeltsin. Dyachenko in the second half of the 1990s, was appointed adviser of the President.

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