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Russia tax chief Mishustin accepts Putin's offer to become prime minister

Sify Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Moscow [Russia], Jan 15 (ANI): Russian Federal Tax Service head Mikhail Mishustin on Wednesday accepted President Vladimir Putin's offer to become country's prime minister after the government of Prime Minister Dmitri A Medvedev resigned.
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