No, I am not. It has always been this way. I remember him well enough as the Minister of Finance. He was against every issue. For instance, he strongly opposed building the ring road around St. Petersburg. He and Gref, the Minister of Economics and the Minister of Finance, visited me twice. They agreed to allocate funds to build the ring road around St. Petersburg only when I snapped at them. The same happened with many other projects. For instance, they were against building a bridge to Russky Island. “Too expensive,” they said. They were against certain infrastructure facilities in Sochi. “We do not need them. Too expensive,” they stated. In the end, everything was built and it keeps on working and lives on, thank God. In all cases, they kept saying that there were other more important objectives, that the macroeconomic situation must be taken care of, that the budget must not be thrown off balance. Now, he believes that we have enough resources, that we can ease macroeconomic and fiscal policy a bit and revise the cutoff price applied to oil and gas revenues, while allocating more oil and gas income, roughly speaking, to consumption.