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The former head of the Primorye Territory is named the Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia

Andrei Tarasenko, who until June NUMX held the post of provisional governor of Primorsky Krai, may become Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia. As reported "Vedomosti" with reference to a source close to the leadership of Primorsky Krai, the official for the past few days was in Moscow, where he met with the staff of the presidential administration and with Vladimir Putin's aide Igor Levitin.

Coincidentally, 25 September, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev dismissed Deputy Transport Minister Alan Lushnikov, who was in charge of the railway branch. In the text of the decree of the prime minister it is indicated that Lushnikov leaves at his own request.

Earlier, Lushnikov claimed that he was leaving the ministry to do music, because he was the frontman of the rock band Ctrlband. Who will take his place in the Ministry of Transport, while exactly not known.