Rosimushchestvo

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The Federal Agency for State Property Management (Rosimushchestvo) (in Russian: Федеральное агентство по управлению государственным имуществом (Росимущество)) was a subdivision of the Russian Ministry of Economic Development and Trade that managed Russia's federal state property. It was abolished in May 2008.[citation needed]

It was formed by a presidential decree, №314,[1] signed on March 9, 2004, by Vladimir Putin, of the Ministry of Property Relations of Russia and subordinated to the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade.

Before this, in 1990 – 2004 its functions were performed by a separate ministry known by the following names:

  • July 14, 1990 – September 23, 1997: State Committee for State Property Management of the Russian Federation (GKI, Goskomimushchestvo) (in Russian: Государственный комитет Российской Федерации по управлению государственным имуществом (ГКИ, Госкомимущество)
  • September 23, 1997 – May 18, 2000: Ministry of State Property of the Russian Federation (Mingosimushchestvo of Russia) (in Russian: Министерство государственного имущества Российской Федерации (Мингосимущество России))[2]
  • May 18, 2000 – March 9, 2004: Ministry of Property Relations of the Russian Federation (in Russian: Министерство имущественных отношений Российской Федерации)
  • March 9, 2004 – May 12, 2008: Federal Agency of Federal Property Management (in Russian: Федеральное агентство по управлению федеральным имуществом)
  • June 5, 2008: Federal Agency for State Property Management (in Russian: Федеральное агентство по управлению государственным имуществом (Росимущество)[3]

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As of 2012, Chief of Rosimushchestvo Olga Dergunova had seven deputies: Dmitry Pristanskov, Valery Bely, Pavel Potapov, Yevgeny Gavrilin, Eduard Adashkin, Sergey Maximov and Pavel Fradkov. Fradkov is son of former Russian Prime Minister and now Director General of the Russian intelligence service SVR Mikhail Fradkov.

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