» Russian newspaper reports newly appointed Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin of Armenian mother's roots

Russian newspaper reports newly appointed Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin of Armenian mother's roots

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Russian Woman.ru website has published a biographical article about the newly appointed Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin, whose candidacy was confirmed earlier today by the Russian State Duma.

Telling the new prime minister, the site says he was born in Moscow and has Armenian roots by his mother. “They say that his Armenian roots come from the village of Taicharokh (now Meghradzor). Translated from the Turkish word taicharok means "one slipper" which in Armenian is equivalent to "one girl" expression. Probably, the ancestors of the figure in Russia got the surname of Mishustin, replacing the "no" sound with the more sympathetic "sh".
  
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