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Governor of Priamurye Alexander Kozlov appointed new head of Minsk region - EastRussia | Far East

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Governor of Priamurye Alexander Kozlov appointed new head of Minsk region

The position of the RF minister for the development of the Far East in the new government of the Russian Federation was taken by Alexander Kozlov, who headed the Amur Region. The decree on the appointment of the head of state, Vladimir Putin, signed on Friday.

Alexander Kozlov was born 2 January 1981 year in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. In 2003, he graduated from the Moscow Academy of Entrepreneurship under the government of Moscow, majoring in jurisprudence. In 2000-2007 years he worked in LLC "Amur Coal". In 2007, he headed the branch of CJSC "Russian Coal" in Gukovo, in 2008 he was transferred to a similar post in Blagoveshchensk. In 2009-2010 years - the general director of LLC "Amur Coal" in Raichihinsk. In February 2011, Alexander Kozlov switched to civil service, taking up the post of first deputy minister of construction, architecture and housing and communal services of the Amur region. Since the end of 2011, he worked as a Minister of Housing and Communal Services. In September 2014 won the election to the mayors of Blagoveshchensk, gaining almost 38,7% of the vote. In March 2015 was appointed and. about. Governor, and in September of the same year was elected to this position, gaining 50,64% of the vote.

Earlier, the Minsk region was headed by Alexander Galushka (2013-2018), Viktor Ishaev (2012-2013).