Aide of Russia's Putin leaves post: Kremlin

(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 04, 2014 Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak, who is in charge of the Crimea, speaks during a meeting of the Crimean Autonomous Republic's Council of Ministers in Simferopol. The Kremlin said on February 11, 2020 it had appointed veteran official Dmitry Kozak as its lead pointman on relations with Ukraine and Moscow-backed separatists amid efforts to de-escalate a conflict in the ex-Soviet country. / AFP / Yuri LASHOV





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