Viktoriya Mitina

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Viktoria Alexandrovna Mitina (Russian: Виктория Александровна Митина) is a Russian politician.

In 1998, 1991 and 1996 she was a representative of Boris Yeltsin during the parliamentary and presidential elections. [1][2][3][4]

In November 1997 – May 1998 she was a Deputy Chief of the Presidential Staff for regions, succeeded in 1998 by Vladimir Putin, in November 1998 – January 1999 she was President Yeltsin’s adviser.

Now she is a Deputy Head of Moscow Oblast. [5]

She is a friend of Tatyana Dyachenko, Yeltsin’s daughter.[6]

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