"THIS DAY IN HISTORY": AUGUST 16

   By mid-1999, Vladimir V. Putin was serving simultaneously as head of the KGB’s main successor agency, the Federal Security Service, and as secretary of the Security Council, which coordinates the activities of the armed forces, security agencies, and police. Russian President Boris Yeltsin elevated him to the office of prime minister on Aug. 16, 1999, confirmed by parliament.        As head of government, Putin was in charge of the war against Islamic separatists in Chechnya. Although the Communists won the single largest bloc of seats in the December parliamentary elections, a coalition of parties loyal to Putin showed significant strength.

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