|Deputy Chairman of the State Duma|
13 February 2020
|Member of the State Duma|
12 February 2020
|Deputy Prime Minister|
18 May 2018 –15 January 2020
|Prime Minister||Dmitry Medvedev|
19 May 2000 –9 March 2004
|Prime Minister||Mikhail Kasyanov|
|4th Governor of Voronezh Oblast|
12 March 2009 –25 December 2017
|Preceded by||Vladimir Kulakov|
|Succeeded by||Alexander Gusev|
|Minister of Agriculture|
19 August 1999 –12 March 2009
|Preceded by||Vladimir Shcherbak|
|Succeeded by||Yelena Skrynnik|
Alexey Vasiliyevich Gordeyev
28 February 1955
Frankfurt, German Democratic Republic
|Political party||United Russia|
|Years of service||1978 — 1980|
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