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Putin appointed Kuznetsov acting head of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

President of Russia Vladimir Poutine named acting chief Chukotka Autonomous District Vladislav Kuznetsov, who was the first deputy chairman of the government of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR). The Kremlin press secretary announced the change of the head of the Russian region Dmitry Peskovtransmits TASS.

According to Peskov, Putin held a working meeting with Kuznetsov via videoconference. He added that a decree on his appointment would follow.

Since 2008, the post of the head of Chukotka has been 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 for the civil service personnel management reserve, launched in June 2017 on the basis of the Higher School of Public Administration ( GSSU).

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