President Putin met with the acting head of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Kuznetsov
President of Russia Vladimir Poutine held a meeting by videoconference with the acting chief (acting) Chukotka Autonomous District Vladislav Kuznetsovappointed to this position on Wednesday, March 15. This is reported on website Kremlin.
During the conversation, the new head of the Russian region positively assessed the situation at his former place of work – he was the first deputy chairman of the government of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR). According to Kuznetsov, now, on behalf of the head of state, a plan for the socio-economic development of the republic until 2030 is being developed.
“You have very good work experience in different areas, in different areas: you have worked in companies, and in a large company, and in administrative structures, and in representative government bodies. Everything suggests that you could work in a sector with great responsibility, and I hope you will,” Putin said.
Kuznetsov, in turn, thanked the president, noting that the new appointment is an honor and a huge responsibility for him.
This Putin appointed Kuznetsov, acting head of Chukotka, has already been reported. Since 2008, this position has been held by Romain Kopinehe was removed from his post as part of the early termination request.
Vladislav Kuznetsov graduated from the fourth track of the “School of Governors”, a training program of the civil service personnel management reserve, launched in June 2017 on the basis of the Higher School of Public Administration ( GSSU).