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After the fall of the Soviet Union, the Russian Council of Ministers had become the main executive body. At some points it contained over 69 state committees, 16–17 ministers, 5 federal services, and over 30 governmental agencies.
AFTER THE 2004 REFORM, GOVERNMENT DUTIES WERE SPLIT BETWEEN 17 MINISTRIES, 5 FEDERAL SERVICES, AND OVER 30 GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES.
Historical structures of Governments of the Russian Federation
The 2004 Russian Government Reforms