According to a report by Russian TVC on July 8 , Russian Prime Minister Medvedev teased the three deputy prime ministers who were absent during the meeting, saying with a smile, "It seems that summer is here, and the number of people coming to the meeting is obviously reduced."
Russian Prime Minister Medvedev discussed the issue of Russia’s systemic disease prevention and control during a meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister on Monday. At this meeting, 7 of the 10 deputy prime ministers came and 3 were absent. They were Dmitry Kozak, Yuri Borisov and Konstantin Chujchenko. At the opening of the meeting, Medvedev joked that with the advent of summer, the number of deputy prime ministers participating in the meeting has decreased.
"It's obvious, it's summer. The number of people coming to the meeting has decreased," Medvedev said at the beginning of the meeting. Subsequently, Medvedev instructed his deputy Tatiana Golikova to prepare a plan for organizing a health checkup in Russia for 2019-2020. Golikova told Medvedev that more support should be given to the subordinate regions because there have been some problems at the organizational level in each region.
Golikova pointed out that in some regions of the Russian Federation, there is no list of medical institutions that conduct health checks. In addition, some clinics that do not meet the conditions are included in the list. Golikova requested the Prime Minister Remind each person in charge of the area to do the corresponding work, Medvedev promised to give corresponding instructions.
Medvedev, the current Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and Chairman of the United Russia Party, served as the first deputy prime minister of the Russian Federation and the third Russian Federationpresident.
Medvedev was born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) on September 14, 1965. He graduated from Leningrad University (now St. Petersburg State University) in 1987 with a law degree and is an associate doctor of law and associate professor.
Whether it is PumeiThe political prospects of the "two-person transfer" between the two, or Medvedev himself as the former president, are far from certain. In the past few years as prime minister, Medvedev has been at the bottom of the ranking of all-Russian politicians' popularity, and there is almost no personal prestige at all. However, Medvedev and Putin have no political ambitions to get along, agree with Putin's political philosophy, and willingly play a supporting role for Putin, which has won Putin's trust.