Mironov's Kremlin ascent follows in wake of new NS adviser Seryshev

Dmitry Mironov, assistant to President Vladimir Putin.
Dmitry Mironov, assistant to President Vladimir Putin. © Alexei Druzhinin/Sputnik/Kremlin Pool/EPA/Newscom/MaxPPP
Former VIP protection officer Dmitry Mironov is following in Anatoly Seryshev's footsteps to become the next presidential aide. Seryshev's rapid advancement in the complex apparatus of Russian power systems has paved the way for his replacement. [...] (426 words)
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