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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Putin dismissed top security officials


On the official portal of legal information on Sunday there was published the decree of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin about the release and appointment of certain state and Federal authorities. The text of the decree, in particular, reported about dismissal of heads of the regional SU IC, Ministry of internal Affairs, UFSIN and transport Prosecutor.


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In particular, the head of state dismissed the head of the Central Board of the Investigative Committee of Russia for the Leningrad region Lieutenant General of justice Alexei mayakova.

The decree also reports on the dismissal of major General of police Vladimir Romanyuk, who held the post of Deputy chief GU MVD in the Sverdlovsk region.

On vacation and sent the head of Department FSIN across Moscow region the Colonel of internal service Anatoly Tihomirov.

Latest unemployment appears in the text of the decree of the West Siberian transport public Prosecutor Sergey Feoktistov.

At the same time Vladimir Putin has appointed the General-the major of police Oleg Agarkov head of the MIA in the Rostov region, major-General Alexander Vinnikov, head of the Moi in the Samara region.

The General-the major of justice Grigory Zhitenev presidential decree appointed head of the Department of procedural control of the RF IC.

The text of the decree is contained and other appointments in the interior Ministry, the Prosecutor’s office and other Federal authorities, as well as data on assignment of military rank and dismissal from military service.

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