Vladimir Putin's First Cabinet

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First cabinet of Vladimir Putin
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48th cabinet of Russia
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Date formed 16 August 1999
Date dissolved 7 May 2000
People and organisations
Head of state Boris Yeltsin
Vladimir Putin (Acting)
Head of government Vladimir Putin
Mikhail Kasyanov (Acting)
Head of government's history 1999–present
Deputy head of government Mikhail Kasyanov
Nikolay Aksyonenko
Viktor Khristenko
No. of ministers 16
Member party Unity
Our Home - Russia
Democratic Choice of Russia[1]
Status in legislature Coalition
Opposition party Communist Party
Opposition leader Gennady Zyuganov
History
Predecessor Stepashin
Successor Kasyanov

This article contains information about the First Cabinet of Vladimir Putin, in effect from 16 August 1999[2] to 7 May 2000.[3]

Ministers[edit]

Minister Period of office
Prime Minister
Vladimir Putin

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
First Deputy Prime Minister
Mikhail Kasyanov

January 10, 2000 – May 7, 2000
First Deputy Prime Minister
Nikolay Aksyonenko

August 19, 1999 – January 10, 2000
First Deputy Prime Minister
Viktor Khristenko

August 19, 1999 – January 10, 2000
Deputy Prime Minister
Ilya Klebanov

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Deputy Prime Minister
Valentina Matvienko

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Deputy Prime Minister
Vladimir Sherback

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Deputy Prime Minister
Nikolay Koshman

October 15, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Deputy Prime Minister
Sergey Shoygu

January 10, 2000 – May 7, 2000
Deputy Prime Minister
Viktor Khristenko

January 10, 2000 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Finance
Mikhail Kasyanov

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Atomic Energy
Yevgeny Adamov

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Agriculture
Alexey Gordeyev

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister for Antimonopoly Policy and Support of Entrepreneurship
Ilya Yuzhanov

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Fuel and Energy
Viktor Kalyuzhny

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of the Interior
Vladimir Rushaylo

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Emergencies
Sergey Shoygu

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Mass Media
Mikhail Lesin

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Federal, Ethnic and Migration Policy
Vyacheslav Mikhailov

August 19, 1999 – January 6, 2000
Alexander Blokhin
January 6, 2000 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Health
Yury Shevchenko

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Property Relations
Farit Gazizullin

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of External Affairs
Igor Ivanov

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Culture
Vladimir Yegorov

August 19, 1999 – February 8, 2000
Mikhail Shvydkoy
February 8, 2000 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Taxes
Alexander Pochinok

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Defence
Igor Sergeev

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Education
Vladimir Filippov

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Natural Resources
Boris Yatskevich

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Industry, Science and Technologies
Mikhail Kirpichnikov

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Railways
Vladimir Starostenko

August 19, 1999 – September 16, 1999
Nikolay Aksyonenko
September 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Telecommunications and Informatization
Leonid Reiman

November 12, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Transport
Sergey Frank

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Labor and Welfare Development
Sergey Kalashnikov

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Economy
Andrey Shapoval'yants

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Trade
Mikhail Fradkov

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Justice
Yury Chaika

August 16, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government
Dmitry Kozak

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister of Sports, Physical Culture and Tourism
Boris Ivanyuzhenkov

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000
Minister for Commonwealth of Independent States
Leonid Dpachevsky

August 19, 1999 – May 7, 2000

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