Rustem Khamitov is included into the staff of the organizing committee for preparation and provision of Russia’s chairmanship in SCO and BRICS
The President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin signed the decree concerning appointment of his advisor Uri Ushakov the chairman of the organizing committee for preparation and provision of Russia’s chairmanship in Shanghai Cooperation Organization in 2014-2015 and in BRICS in 2015. The Presidential decree was placed yesterday on the Kremlin legal information portal, ITAR-TASS reported.
The staff of the organizing committee consists of 21 people, including the President of Bashkortostan Rustem Khamitov, Minister for finances RF Anton Siluanov, Minister for economic development RF Andre Belousov, Minister for transport RF Maxim Sokolov, executive officer of the President of Russia Vladimir Kozin, director of the Federal Guard Service Eugene Murov, deputies Minister for foreign affairs Igor Morgulov and Sergey Ryabkov, the deputy head of Kremlin administration, press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, the head of press service and information agency of the President RF Andre Tsibulin, the head of protocol agency of the President RF Vladislaw Kitaev, the head of Russian President’s office Anton Kobyakov, the first deputy director of FSB Sergey Smirnov, Presidential advisor Igor Levitin, Presidential advisor Elvira Nabiullina and the head of FSB service Sergey Beseda.
As it was already reported, regular SCO and BRICS summit will be held in the capital RB Ufa in 2015.