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Saturday, December 16, 2017

Putin staged a public flogging Dvorkovich and the Minister of transport Sokolov


The President of the anger caused by the situation surrounding the airline “VIM-Avia”, which killed tens of thousands of passengers. Putin today criticized the head of the Ministry of transport Sokolov, warning him about incomplete official compliance. Dvorkovich GDP rebuked in a very harsh manner.

According to the head of Ministry of transport Maxim Sokolov, “VIM-Avia” will meet all the criteria, so the controller had no reason not to allow it to work. But Putin, this explanation is not satisfactory. “It’s years continues, and we can’t generate normal legal regulation. What kind of criteria are, if all corresponds to, and can not work?” asked GDP. He demanded “quickly and efficiently to close the problem” — this will depend on staffing perspective of the head of the Ministry of transport and supervising transportation Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.

While Sokolov declared incomplete office compliance. With regard to Dvorkovich, in the opinion of the President, he pays insufficient attention to the controlled sector. “Maybe you’re too overwhelmed?” asked GDP. It is possible that the scandal around the “VIM-Avia” will eventually lead to a redistribution of powers between Deputy Prime Ministers before the presidential elections and the formation of a new Cabinet.

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