Factbox-Who did Putin give the top jobs to in Russia?

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian President Vladimir Putin changed some top jobs in a reshuffle of the government and the Kremlin over recent days, though most of the top jobs remained the same

Following are the key jobs and the biggest changes:

Biggest changes:

* Defence Minister - Andrei Belousov (was Sergei Shoigu).

* Secretary of the Security Council - Sergei Shoigu (was Nikolai Patrushev)

* Deputy chief of staff and overseeing the economy - Maxim Oreshkin

* Kremlin aide overseeing defence industry - Alexei Dyumin(formerly he was governor of Tula and for many years served as a senior bodyguard for Putin)

* Kremlin aide for shipbuilding - Nikolai Patrushev

* First Deputy PM - Denis Manturov

* Deputy PM Alexander Novak given additional duties overseeing the economy. He is also Putin's energy point man.

* Deputy PM overseeing agriculture and ecology - Dmitry Patrushev. He was agriculture minister before.

* Agriculture Minister - Oksana Lut (was Dmitry Patrushev)

* Energy Minister - Sergei Tsivilev (was Nikolai Shulginov)

* Trade and Industry Minister - Anton Alikhanov (was Denis Manturov)

Top positions that were left unchanged

* Prime Minister - Mikhail Mishustin (If the president is ever unable to fulfil his duties, then the prime minister takes over his duties


* Kremlin chief of staff - Anton Vaino

* Kremlin first deputy chief of staff - Alexei Gromov

* Kremlin first deputy chief of staff - Sergei Kiriyenko

* Kremlin deputy chief of staff - Dmitry Kozak

* Kremlin deputy chief of staff - Dmitry Peskov (also Putin's spokesman)

* Kremlin foreign policy aide - Yuri Ushakov


* Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov - to remain in his job.

* FSB Director - Alexander Bortnikov

* SVR Director - Sergei Naryshkin

* Chief of Russia's national guard - Viktor Zolotov

* Federal Guards Service (FCO) - Dmitry Kochnev

* Foreign Minister - Sergei Lavrov

* Interior Minister - Vladimir Kolokoltsev


* Finance Minister - Anton Siluanov

* Economy Minister - Maxim Reshetnikov

(Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge in Moscow and Darya Korsunskaya in London; Editing by Andrew Osborn and Alison Williams)