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Dmitry Nikolaevich Kozak
Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation
October 14, 2008 - January 15, 2020
(Acting May 8–21, 2012, May 7–18, 2018, from January 15, 2020)
Head of the governmentDmitry Medvedev
The presidentDmitry Medvedev
Vladimir Putin
2nd Minister of Regional Development of the Russian Federation
September 24, 2007 - October 14, 2008
Head of the governmentVictor Zubkov
Vladimir Putin
PredecessorVladimir Yakovlev
SuccessorVictor Basargin
Head of the Government Office - Minister of the Russian Federation
March 9, 2004 - September 13, 2004
Head of the governmentMikhail Fradkov
PredecessorKonstantin Merzlikin
SuccessorSergey Naryshkin
Head of the Government Office - Minister of the Russian Federation
August 19, 1999 - June 28, 2000
Head of the governmentVladimir Putin
Mikhail Kasyanov
PredecessorAndrey Chernenko
SuccessorIgor Shuvalov
BirthNovember 7, 1958 (1958-11-07) (61 years old)
Bandurovo, Gayvoronsky district, Kirovograd region, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
SpouseNatalya Kvacheva
Children
  • Alexei
  • Alexander
The consignment
  • United Russia
EducationLeningrad State University
Professionlawyer
Awards

Dmitry Nikolaevich Kozak (born November 7, 1958, Bandurovo, Gayvoronsky district, Kirovograd region, Ukrainian SSR, USSR) - Russian politician. Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation from October 14, 2008 to January 15, 2020 (acting from May 8 to May 21, 2012, from May 7 to May 18, 2018 and from January 15, 2020).

Biography

In 1976-1978, he served in the Soviet Army. On November 12, 2006, Russian Minister of Defense Sergey B. Ivanov, in an interview with the Vesti Nedeli program on the Rossiya television channel, announced that he was ready to reveal a “secret” to viewers: Kozak served in the special forces of the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) of the General Staff USSR . Kozak himself confirmed the information about his service in the GRU special forces, giving an interview in 2011 to the correspondent of the Metro Moscow newspaper and noting that the paratrooper service “is an interesting and fascinating service, especially for young people.”

  • 1985-1989 - prosecutor, senior prosecutor of the Leningrad prosecutor's office.
  • 1989 - Head of the Legal Department of the Monolit-Kirovstroy concern, legal adviser of the Association of Sea Commercial Ports.
  • 1990-1991 - Deputy Head of the Legal Department of the Executive Committee of the Leningrad City Executive Committee, then Head of the Legal Department of the City Council.
  • September 1994 - Chairman of the Legal Committee of the City Hall of St. Petersburg, member of the Government of St. Petersburg
  • 1996 - after the defeat of Anatoly Sobchak at the election of the mayor, he retained his post and in 1998 became vice-governor.
  • December 1998 - quit due to disagreements with Governor Vladimir Yakovlev.
  • January — August 1999 - worked at the law firm “YUST Group”
  • August 1999 - First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Government of the Russian Federation and and. about. Chief of Staff of the Government of the Russian Federation.
  • 1999-2000 - Head of the Government of the Russian Federation - Minister of the Russian Federation.
  • June 2000 - Deputy Head of the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation.
  • October 2003 - First Deputy Head of the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation.
  • March 9, 2004 - Chief of Staff of the Government of the Russian Federation - Minister of the Russian Federation.
  • September 13, 2004 - September 24, 2007 - Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Southern Federal District, head of the "Special Federal Commission for the North Caucasus."
  • September 24, 2007 was appointed Minister of Regional Development of the Russian Federation. From May 7 to May 12, 2008 - and. about. Minister.
  • Since November 2007 - Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the State Corporation for the Construction of Olympic Facilities and the Development of Sochi as a Mountain Climatic Resort
  • Since May 12, 2008 - Minister of Regional Development in the Government of V.V. Putin.
  • Since October 14, 2008 - Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, responsible for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Since March 23, 2014, he has been in charge of issues related to new constituent entities of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol, in the Russian government. Since May 18, 2018, the fuel and energy complex and industry have become its responsibility.

Grades

Dmitry Kozak is considered one of the key figures in the team of President Putin. In 2004, he headed the campaign headquarters of Vladimir Putin. He was also entrusted with bringing regional and federal legislation into conformity, a redistribution of powers between the center and the regions, reform of local self-government, and administrative reform.

In November 2003, he tried to prove himself on the foreign policy field. His proposed plan for resolving the conflict and reunification between Moldova and Transnistria was adopted by both the Transnistrian government and Moldovan President Voronin, but under pressure from NATO, Voronin later abandoned the plan. source not specified 429 days

In a new position in the Southern Federal District, Kozak became the conductor of the direct presidential rule actually introduced in the district.

Property and income

According to official figures, Kozak’s income for 2011 amounted to 3.0 million rubles, the spouse’s income was 6.97 million rubles. The family owns 2 land plots with a total area of ​​70 acres, 2 apartments, 2 parking spaces, a residential building with an area of ​​782.4 m² and an Audi car. The total income of the Kozak family in 2010 amounted to 20.38 million rubles.

Personal life

Married a second marriage.

  • The first wife is Lyudmila Vladimirovna Kozak, director of the Family for Every Child charity foundation.
    • The eldest son is Kozak Alexei Dmitrievich (born January 12, 1984), a manager.
    • The youngest son is Kozak Alexander Dmitrievich (born June 7, 1988), in 2009 he graduated from the Higher School of Economics Management Department.
  • The second wife is Kvacheva Natalya Evgenievna, a lawyer for the law firm "YUST".

Dmitry Kozak: biography, family, parents, education

Dmitry Nikolaevich was born on November 7, 1958 in a family of ordinary rural workers. Childhood and youth passed in Ukraine - in the village of Bandurovo, Kirovograd region. The native village can hardly be called a cultural and developed regional center - dilapidated houses, problems with energy supply and crowded buses to Kiev did not portend a successful political career. Father - Nikolai, was on the board of the local collective farm, and also headed the revision committee. There is no information available about the mother. Dmitry has a younger brother, Vasily.

The head of the family raised his children in severity and demanded diligence in everything. The father's approach affected the successes of the eldest son, making him thoughtful, responsible and disciplined. The young man studied "perfectly" at school. While peers had fun, sat over books, showed great interest in the exact and technical sciences: mathematics, chemistry, physics. Subsequently, this determined admission to a higher educational institution. One of the school teachers advised me to enter the technical faculty of some good Ukrainian university.

The teacher’s advice was perceived as an instruction for action, and after school Dmitry tried to enter the Vinnitsa Polytechnic Institute. However, the first attempt to become a student at a prestigious university failed, and the future politician went to the army.

The service in the armed forces is interesting because Kozak did not get into the battalion or tank troops, but into the elite units of the GRU special forces of the General Staff of the USSR. He was in the army from 1976 to 1978.

After completing military service, I managed to enter the Faculty of Engineering at the Vinnitsa Polytechnic. But the realization came that technical sciences, although they like them, are not a vocation. Therefore, it was decided to move from the Ukrainian SSR to St. Petersburg, and change the VPI to the law faculty of Leningrad State University. It is noteworthy, but the parents did not know about a sharp change in priorities in the education of their son. Everything became clear after a student card of a new educational institution was received. In 1985, Leningrad State University was graduated with honors.

Students are remarkable from the perspective of a fateful acquaintance with future Russian leaders. The current president, Vladimir Putin, and the prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, studied at the same faculty as Kozak.

The rise of the political career of "ex-engineer"

At the age of 27, after receiving education at Leningrad State University, he received the post of prosecutor in Leningrad, where he worked for about four years (from 1985 to 1989). However, the public service did not work out. According to media reports, nepotism reigned in the prosecutor's office of the 80s, which contradicted the principles of a young lawyer. The prosecutor constantly came into conflict with his leadership, which prevented career advancement. A personal conflict with the authorities forced him to leave the civil law enforcement service. In 1989, the official got a job as a lawyer at Monolit-Kirovstroy.

The nineties can be considered fateful in the life of the Deputy Prime Minister, as there have been several events that will subsequently affect career and family. In the period from 1990 to 1991, the politician worked in the Leningrad City Executive Committee - first as the head of the legal department, and then as the head of the legal department of the City Council. At the same time, Dmitry Nikolayevich creates his own law firm Neva YUST. In 1993 he became a co-founder of the legal company "Convent".

Political career began in 1994, when the official decided to run for deputies of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg. However, the elections were declared invalid, but this did not prevent the future deputy prime minister from getting into power, and from September to January of 94, he served as chairman of the committee of the City Hall of the Northern capital under the chairmanship of Anatoly Sobchak. Dmitry Nikolayevich is considered the author of the city Charter.

In 1996, mayoral elections were held in St. Petersburg, in which Sobchak lost to Vladimir Yakovlev. As a result, the entire “Sobchak team”, which included German Gref, Vladimir Putin, Viktor Ivanov, Dmitry Medvedev, Alexei Kudrin and others, moved to Moscow. However, Kozak temporarily abandoned the capital and remained the chairman of the legal committee, and two years later he became vice-governor of St. Petersburg. He did not work long in his new position, disagreements with the leadership, in particular with the head of the Northern capital Yakovlev, again prevented career growth.

After leaving the city hall, he returned to his Neva-Yust firm, and until May 1999, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Banking House of St. Petersburg.

In May 1999, he was again asked to return to public service and made an offer that was difficult to refuse - the post of deputy head of the legal affairs department in the Presidential Administration of Russia. After the career of Vladimir Putin went uphill, the head of the government apparatus. In the winter of 1999-2000, he oversaw the development of a strategic development project for Russia until 2010.

In the period from 2000 to 2008, Kozak held major government posts:

- Since June 4, 2000, he served as deputy head of the presidential administration. He was a member of the Presidential Council on Improving Justice and was involved in the reform of the judicial system, local self-government and housing and public utilities,

- In October 2003 he became the first deputy chief of the presidential administration. In the same year, he joined the Board of Directors of RAO Russian Railways,

- On March 9, 2004 he headed the Apparatus of the Government of the Russian Federation and became Minister,

- From September 13, 2004 to September 24, 2007 he was the plenipotentiary of the president in the Southern Federal District and headed the "Special Federal Commission for the North Caucasus." The appointment was facilitated by the attack with the school in Beslan,

- In the fall of 2007, he was appointed Minister of Regional Development. It was entrusted with the supervision of the construction of Olympic facilities and the development of the city of Sochi. Since May 2008 - Minister of Regional Development, chaired by Putin,

- From 2008 to the present, he has been the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation,

Dmitry Kozak post for today

After the May inauguration of Vladimir Putin (more about the eventin the exclusive material of the online information publication PolitPazl)The Deputy Prime Minister retained his position, but his credentials changed. Instead of overseeing the development of the peninsula, Crimea began to deal with energy and industry.

At the moment, Medvedev’s deputy is solving difficulties with excise taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel, is working on gas transportation tariffs, and is also dealing with the problem of processing aluminum.

According to available information, after numerous meetings, Kozak voiced the theses regarding the situation with fuel, the price of which in the country began to rise sharply in the early summer of 2018. Gasoline excise taxes were reduced to 3,000 rubles per ton, and diesel excise taxes by 2,000 rubles. According to the official, these measures are situational - they will reduce the price at gas stations, but not by much. In the future, more radical measures will be needed - it will be necessary to make gas excises of 5,000 rubles less. The measures taken were a reaction to rising prices in the world, raising taxes, as well as unplanned repairs of refineries by manufacturers. The government’s decision on fuel stabilized the situation on the energy market and prevented prices from creeping up high.

Kozak did not accept the initiative for the collection of bicycles and bicycles. In his opinion, the idea is crude and needs to be improved. The bill itself on the introduction of fees arose against the backdrop of US sanctions against RusAl, as well as due to the introduction of increased duties on aluminum and steel from Washington, which led to a drop in sales. To spur demand for aluminum products, an idea was introduced with the introduction of a recycling fee. RusAl, in turn, again raised the issue of purchasing aluminum to form a reserve. Several years ago, the company's management already proposed this in the event of an unfavorable situation in the metal markets.

Deputy Medvedev seriously took up the solution to the problems of domestic refineries, which are constantly given cash subsidies from the state budget. The problem is significant - in 2017, Russia allocated 1 trillion rubles. To remedy the situation, Kozak announced the development of an initiative on the obligations of oil producers to send 17.5% of annual production to Russian oil refineries.

Milestones in the career of Dmitry Kozak

“The Vice Prime Minister is a true advocate of legal standards and the rule of law.” It can be seen that the service in the prosecutor’s office was not in vain, and the post of prosecutor in Leningrad was in the spirit of the politician. During his career, Kozak has not missed a lot of legal acts, federal programs and legislative initiatives, sending raw documents for revision. Passing tight control of an official is a serious challenge. At one time, even a statement appeared reflecting all the difficulties of passing control - "Kozak sieve".

- The post of the representative of the president in the Southern Federal District and the head of the special commission for resolving problems in the North Caucasus, especially in the context of the terrorist attack in Beslan, were considered "firing squad". Opponents rubbed their hands and waited for him to fail. However, for three years at the indicated positions, the official solved the problems of the warring clans, reduced the level of corruption, developed a plan to eliminate the consequences of the Ossetian-Ingush conflict, quenched the pockets of tension in the district, unblocked federal highways and reassured the “Mother of Beslan”. As a result, the leaders of the southern regions praised the results of his activities highly.Kozak himself did not flatter himself and said that he was simply doing everything possible.

- Developed a Memorandum on the unification of Moldova and Transnistria.

- He sold a reform unpopular in the judiciary, according to which the judges lost their lifelong status, received immunity restrictions. The reform also allowed the withdrawal of the IC from the Ministry of Internal Affairs with the transfer of part of the jurisdiction.

The childhood and youth of Dmitry Kozak

Today, the village of Bandurovo, Kirovograd Region, is a small settlement where life, if it has not stopped, flows slowly, in its usual way. Old dilapidated houses, constant interruptions in electricity and 6 hours on a crowded bus to the Ukrainian capital - the present bleak picture is the present Bandurovo. However, it was here that the childhood of the future Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation passed.

According to a family legend, Dmitry Nikolaevich was destined to achieve great career success. Whether the prophecy was the reason, or is it all about the severity of the character of Mykola Kozak, but he was especially strict towards his eldest son. All help with the housework lay on Mitya’s shoulders, but it was unusual for the boy to complain.

At school, Dmitry studied for one five and received an excellent certificate for the 8th grade, but in 10th grade obstinacy played against him and cost Kozak a medal. Great expectations - great responsibility. And understanding all the responsibility assigned to him, at the age of 17, Dmitry Kozak left his native Bandurovo without any help.

Teacher Dmitry recommended a capable student to enter the Vinnitsa Polytechnic University, because he always had a penchant for exact sciences, however, after studying there for a short time, Kozak decided to radically change his life and went to conquer other heights - the law faculty of Leningrad State University. This adventure remained a secret for relatives and friends of the young man until he received a student ID and became a full-fledged student.

Before studying at the university, Dmitry Kozak managed to serve in the ranks of the Soviet Army. The Deputy Prime Minister does not consider these years wasted. On the contrary, he finds the landing service interesting and fascinating for young people.

Dmitry Kozak's career, the path to politics

In 1998, Dmitry Kozak took the post of vice-governor, but in the same year, quit due to disagreements with the current governor V. A. Yakovlev.

In 1999, Dmitry Kozak headed the apparatus of the Government of the Russian Federation, and in 2003 became the first deputy head of the administration of the President of the Russian Federation.

Responsibility for solving a number of problems in the Caucasus region in 2004 fell on the shoulders of Kozak, who was appointed plenipotentiary representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Southern Federal District. He retained his post until 2007, and in 2009 the current Deputy Prime Minister received a second offer to become the Plenipotentiary, which Dmitry Kozak refused with the wording: "They do not enter the same water twice."

2007 was an important year for the whole country. It was then that it became known that the Russian city of Sochi was taking the baton to host the 2014 Winter Olympics. Then Dmitry Kozak began to oversee the construction of Olympic facilities and the development of the city as a mountain-climatic resort.

Politician, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation

Dmitry Nikolaevich Kozak - Russian politician, deputy chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, current state adviser to the first class. As Vice Premier since 2008. Also, Dmitry Kozak was the Minister of Regional Development of the Russian Federation, led the government apparatus.

The early years and the formation of Dmitry Kozak

Dmitry Nikolaevich Kozak was born on November 7, 1958 in the village of Bandurovo, Gaivoronsky district of the Kirovograd region (Ukrainian SSR).

In the village of Bandurovo, the childhood of the future official passed. Dmitry Kozak's father was a member of the collective farm board; he headed the commission for audit work. Mother also worked on a collective farm. Dmitry was the eldest in the family, and he was obliged to fulfill the orders of his father in the household. From early childhood, Dmitry Kozak in character developed a sense of responsibility for the assigned work and, in general, seriousness and discipline.

Young Dmitry did not like to participate in fights, did not go fishing with friends - he read all the time. This was his favorite pastime in childhood. At school, Dmitry Kozak was an excellent student. The future politician loved mathematics, physics, chemistry. Teachers advised him to get an education at a technical university. Therefore, after school, Kozak became a student at the Vinnitsa Polytechnic Institute. But Dmitri did not study at this university for long, he became interested in legal sciences. In this regard, Kozak entered the Leningrad University (LSU), which he graduated with honors. Prior to entering LSU, Dmitry served in the ranks of the Soviet Army in the GRU special forces landing forces (1976-1978).

Career and work of Dmitry Kozak

Dmitry Kozak graduated with honors from the Law Faculty of Leningrad State University at the age of 27 (in 1985) and until 1989 worked at the Leningrad Prosecutor's Office. Dmitry Nikolaevich Kozak became a prosecutor in the Leningrad prosecutor's office. Since 1989, Dmitry Nikolaevich worked for 2 years as the head of the legal department of the Leningrad concern Monolit-Kirovstroy, according to Kozak’s biography on the website of the Russian government.

At that time, Dmitry Kozak was a legal adviser to the Association of Commercial Sea Ports. In 1990, Dmitry Nikolaevich created his own law firm Neva-Just, and also became one of the co-founders of the Convent law firm, according to Dmitry Kozak’s biography on the Lenta website.

In 1990-1994 Dmitry Kozak - Deputy Head of the Legal Department, Head of the Legal Department, Head of the Legal Department of the St. Petersburg City Council.

In 1994, Dmitry Kozak was appointed to the post of chairman of the legal committee of the St. Petersburg Mayor's Office, he joined the government of St. Petersburg and began a political career. In 1996-1998 Dmitry Kozak - Chairman of the Legal Committee of the Office of the Governor of St. Petersburg.

Political career of Dmitry Kozak

In 1994, Dmitry Nikolayevich Kozak put forward his candidacy in the elections to the deputies of the St. Petersburg Legislative Assembly. Elections were declared invalid.

In 1998, Dmitry Kozak became vice-governor of the governor of St. Petersburg Vladimir Yakovlev. However, Dmitry Nikolaevich had disagreements with Yakovlev, and he was forced to resign.

In late 1998 - early 1999, Dmitry Kozak returned to Neva-Yust, and also joined the board of directors of the St. Petersburg Banking House. The biography on the government website notes that in 1999 Dmitry Kozak was elected chairman of the board of directors of the International Investment Financial Union.

In 1999, Dmitry Kozak took office as the head of the apparatus of the Government of the Russian Federation. In 2000, Kozak took the post of deputy head of the presidential administration Vladimir Putin, with whom he worked in the mayor's office of St. Petersburg.

In 2001, Dmitry Nikolayevich Kozak introduced the concept of judicial reform. Kozak also headed the commission on the division of powers between federal, regional and local levels of government, in 2004 Dmitry Kozak became the head of the government commission for administrative reform.

In 2003, Dmitry Nikolaevich developed a project to resolve the Transnistrian conflict, known as the Kozak Memorandum. According to this plan, Moldova was supposed to become an “asymmetric federation”, while the PMR and Gagauzia would receive a special status and the ability to block bills that were undesirable for autonomies. Moldova pledged to maintain neutrality and demobilize the army, as well as provide Russia with the right to deploy Russian troops on the territory of Transnistria for a period of 20 years as guarantors of a settlement of the conflict. At the last moment, the President of Moldova Vladimir Voronin He refused to sign the initialed agreement by him personally.

From 2004 to 2007, Kozak was the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Southern Federal District, the head of the "Special Federal Commission for the North Caucasus."

In autumn 2007, Dmitry Kozak was appointed Minister of Regional Development and chairman of the supervisory board of the state corporation for the construction of Olympic facilities in Sochi.

In 2008, Dmitry Nikolayevich became Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, overseeing the preparation and holding of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.

In the spring of 2014, in connection with the emergence of new entities within the Russian Federation (Crimea, Sevastopol), Dmitry Kozak was appointed responsible in the Russian government for the functioning and development of these territories.

In April 2014, US authorities imposed new sanctions on Russian companies and individual citizens. Among them was Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak.

It will be possible to turn Crimea into “Russian Monaco” if favorable conditions are created for local residents, small and medium-sized businesses by the authorities. This was announced in 2017 by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak at the “Government Hour” in the Federation Council.

According to him, it is important to ensure that the peninsula becomes a self-sufficient region. To do this, "implement the federal target program, remove the basic infrastructural constraints for the development of the economy." However, the main thing is for entrepreneurs and the local population to feel free and confident, and the government to be predictable and understandable, “lacking nobody, robbing nobody, would not be an instrument of competition between businesses”.

“That's when it will be Monaco for sure,” RIA Novosti quoted Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak.

Dmitry Kozak and fuel prices in Russia

Since May 18, 2018, Dmitry Kozak is Deputy Prime Minister in the Russian government. In his area of ​​responsibility is the fuel and energy complex and industry (with the exception of defense enterprises).

In 2018, after rising gas prices, Dmitry Kozak often commented on the situation in the news.

On May 31, oil companies assured that they would stabilize gas and diesel prices. Representatives of major oil companies discussed this topic at an emergency meeting with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak.

“Given the decisions taken to reduce the fiscal burden on the industry, the companies confirmed their readiness to withstand the current level of retail prices for gasoline and diesel fuel. This decision will also have a stabilizing effect on the prices of the wholesale market, ”the representative of Kozak was quoted as saying in the news. Ilya Jusa.

During the Direct Line program, President Vladimir Putin, commenting on the increase in gas prices in the country, gave the floor to Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak via video communications.

According to him, the increase in fuel prices was stopped after a meeting on May 30 with the leaders of oil companies. Kozak noted that today all companies fulfill their obligations, there is an agreement on additional deliveries to the domestic market.

Kozak also emphasized that a bill would be submitted to the State Duma on increasing export duties on motor fuel if oil companies did not restrain prices. “This threat will be in the hands of the government in order to quickly respond to the situation,” the Deputy Prime Minister concluded.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak will not be able to cope with the rise in gas prices in the country. This opinion was expressed by a member of the State Duma Committee on Budget and Taxes Evgeny Fedorov.

“As soon as I heard that Kozak was solving this problem, I realized that it would not be solved. Because this is the vice-premier - the strongest and most respected - he does not have instruments of an economic nature. He can talk with companies, help them mine, help them with government support. But he cannot deal with macroeconomic regulation. Therefore, when Kozak solves this problem, it is impossible to solve. It’s just “talking,” as I understand it, ”the deputy said.

The reduction of excise tax rates for fuel to keep domestic prices will be valid only in 2018, from January 1, 2019, "rates will be in accordance with the law." This was announced in June by the head of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation. Alexander Novak.

At the same time, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak noted that growth in fuel prices in the domestic market due to a sharp increase in excise taxes at the beginning of next year is not expected. “This is all offset by a negative excise tax on oil,” said Dmitry Kozak, emphasizing that no additional measures to curb rising prices would be required.

Revenues of Dmitry Kozak

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak earned 21.6 million rubles in 2016, this follows from documents published on the official portal of the Russian government. In 2015, Kozak’s income amounted to 6.67 million rubles.

In the free use of Dmitry Kozak is an apartment of 59 square meters. m

His wife earned twice as much - 46.4 million rubles. (last year - 29 million rubles). She owns a land area of ​​7 thousand square meters. m, house 782 sq. m. m and apartment 129 sq. m. m, as well as the car Audi A6.

In 2017, Dmitry Kozak's income amounted to 21,438,878,78 rubles. Dmitry's wife earned 24.810.741.60 rubles.

Personal life of Dmitry Kozak

Dmitry Nikolaevich Kozak was twice married. First spouse - Lyudmila Kozak. They got married in their third year. She now heads the Family for Every Child Charitable Foundation.

From his first marriage, Kozak has two sons - Alex (born in 1984) and Alexander (born in 1988).

Second wife - Natalya Kvacheva - Partner of the law firm "YUST", which was established by Dmitry Kozak.

Younger brother Vasily Kozak at one time was the owner of a network of car gas stations, then became the head of one of the banks.

Dmitry Kozak loves football, skiing, boxing. Also fond of fast driving.

Dmitry Nikolaevich is addicted to smoking.

Interesting Facts

  • In an interview, Dmitry Nikolayevich noted that he leads an active lifestyle, he loves sports. His favorite sports are football, skiing, fitness, boxing. The growth of the politician is 178 cm, weight - 72 kg.
  • After a busy day, she loves to drive behind the wheel of a car at speed.
Dmitry Kozak
  • Dmitry Nikolaevich has a habit - smoking, which he acquired as a student. No prohibitions in the Government, in the office of the President, stopped the politician in his addiction to smoking.
  • Dmitry Kozak - the developer of the Charter of Leningrad, for which he was awarded the prize of St. Petersburg University.
  • Dmitry Kozak was awarded government awards for services to the Fatherland.

Dmitry Kozak now

On March 18, 2018, the presidential elections in Russia were held, in which Vladimir Putin again won. After taking office, Putin offered Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev a seat. On May 18, the new composition of the Russian government was announced to reporters. Dmitry Kozak was appointed by the presidential decree to the post of deputy prime minister for industry. His area of ​​competence also included issues related to the fuel and energy complex.

At the end of the year, a Dmitry Kozak conference call was held on the implementation of the 2017 budget. The Deputy Prime Minister pointed out to the heads of regions of the country the need to first monitor the financing of social obligations, control the payment and increase of wages and strive to reduce the debt burden in front of the federal budget.Kozak called to account the head of Mordovia Vladimir Dmitrievich Volkov, whose regional debt to the state was high.

Deputy Prime Minister for the industrial sector of the Russian Federation Dmitry Kozak

In the spring, Dmitry Kozak was developing an important bill for those with cancer, a law regulating the activities of hostels. Also at this time, the question arose of who will replace Surkov in the upcoming talks with the United States to resolve the crisis in eastern Ukraine. Nominated for the candidacy of Dmitry Kozak.

Now, in the position of Deputy Prime Minister for Industry and the Fuel and Energy Complex, Dmitry Kozak made a statement that the state will resolve the issue of raising gas prices and not allow its cost to increase. All news related to the activities of members of the Government of the Russian Federation are posted on government accounts on Facebook, Twitter and on the official website. There is no personal page of Dmitry Kozak on Instagram with his photo.

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