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Medvedev dismissed deputy head of the Ministry of East Development
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev dismissed Marina Dedyushko, deputy head of the Ministry of Development of the Far East and the Arctic. The corresponding order is published on the website of the Russian government.
The official was dismissed at her own request. She was appointed to the post of deputy minister in 2018, until that time she held the post of deputy chairman of the government of the Amur region.
As it became known, the vacant seat of the deputy head of the Ministry of East Development was taken by Konstantin Tsyganov. He was an adviser to the minister and chairman of the audit committee of the Far East Investment Promotion and Export Development Agency.