18 Mar 2024 11:36

Putin: In general, administrative team work satisfactory, issue about govt, Central Bank, presidential executive office

MOSCOW. March 18 (Interfax) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is satisfied with the work of the government and other state institutions, adding that he is not going to rush reshuffles.

"Results of work over the past couple of years have shown that in general the administrative team in the broad sense of this word operates rather efficiently, and results of work are satisfactory," Putin said at a press conference in the wake of the Russian presidential election.

"This applies to the government, the Central Bank and the presidential executive office," he said.

Putin answered the question whether he plans reshuffles before inauguration.

"There is no need for fuss. The law give an opportunity to solve these issues for in fact two and a half months. And we will do so," he said.

"The issue is about defining now who and in what post will work so that the common result of the team work will be the utmost," he said.

He promised to work out these issues with the government, the presidential executive office and the Central Bank leadership.