Putin has appointed the head of the Institute for the development of the Internet Klimenko, an adviser to the President of the Russian Federation


MOSCOW, January 4. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has signed the decree about appointment of the head of the Institute for the development of the Internet of Herman Klimenko, adviser of the head of state. According to the press service of the Kremlin.

December 22, communicating with heads of IT companies, Putin asked them to choose the individual that is credible, who understands the whole complex of problems of the industry and could actively promote all the accumulated ideas in the government, the presidential administration and the regions. In the end the choice fell on the head of the Institute of Internet development Herman Klimenko.

“I have a suggestion: go to work in the presidential administration of the Russian Federation”, – said Klimenko, offering him the position of adviser to the President.

The President also explained Klimenko that the existing Institute for the development of the Internet in this case can be used as a practical tool in the work of the adviser of the head of state.

“Thank you so much for the offer,” – said Klimenko and asked the President of the Russian Federation of time to rethink her decision.