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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Putin signed a decree on dismissal of top security officials

Russian President Vladimir Putin made a reshuffle in some of the power structures of the country. The order was published on the official portal of legal information. Dismissed were a number of high-ranking Russian security officials.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Vladimir Putin.

Among fled their posts were Deputy head of the investigative Committee Vasily Piskarev and the Deputy head of this Department Yury Nyrkov.

In Crimea, his office has lost the Deputy head of the interior Ministry of the Republic Dmitry Nekludov. Dismissed from their posts South transport Prosecutor Sergey Dmitriev, head of transport Management of the interior Ministry in the Siberian Federal district Arkady Ivanov, head of the Ministry of emergency situations of the Republic of Khakassia Alexander Nekrasov.

Changes happened and in the FPS – dismissed head of the Moscow head Igor Kleimenov and the Main management office for the Sverdlovsk region Cersei Hudorozhkov.

The same decree the head of state made the appointment. So the Deputy head of the RF IC became Igor Krasnov, a senior investigator for particularly important cases was the lion Guru. The St. Petersburg Directorate of the Investigative Committee headed by Alexander Klaus, has also been appointed head of the Investigation Department of the TFR in the Kurgan region, the Samara region, the Republic of Altai.

The full list of assignments can be found in the decree of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, published on the official portal of legal information.

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