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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Putin has dismissed his ex-guard Sanicheva from the post of Governor of the Kaliningrad region

Acting Kaliningrad Governor Eugene Zimichev failed to appear on Thursday at a meeting of the Duma. As it became known, Senichev, who in the mid-2000s he worked in the protection of the President, asked Vladimir Putin to transfer him to another job.

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Eugene Zimichev

The acting Governor of the Kaliningrad region Evgeny Senichev and five newly elected deputies of the regional Duma of new convocation was not on the first meeting.

According to the “New Калининграда.Ru” the meeting was opened by the oldest Deputy of the Duma 64-year-old Pavel Fedorov. Which of the reasons for the failure of the people’s ispanico not reported.

After a while it became known that Senichev asked President Vladimir Putin to release him from his post. This was stated by the official representative of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov, “Senichev appealed to the President… asking for family reasons to transfer him to another job”, – quotes its TASS.

Putin, granted and appointed to the post of acting head of the Kaliningrad region Anton Alikhanov.

Sinchew — a former FSB officer, from 2006 to 2012 he worked in the protection of the President, and in June 2015, the head of Department of FSB across the Kaliningrad region. July 28, 2016 in the course of the rotation of personnel was appointed by Putin head of the region. Sands then said that it is normal rotation to increase the efficiency of the regions and the selected people are able to do it.

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