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The mayor of Vladivostok has a sixth deputy
In the administration of Vladivostok, another personnel appointment took place - Vladimir Cherepkov began the duties of the deputy head of the city. He became the sixth vice-mayor of the Far Eastern capital.
The new deputy mayor will be in charge of five areas: transport, interaction with law enforcement agencies, international relations, support for civil initiatives, interaction with government authorities and local governments.
According to the mayor’s press service, since April of this year, Vladimir Cherepkov has been a referent in the administration of Vladivostok. At various times he worked in the Coastal Rescue Service, a search and rescue squad, worked in Moscow at the fire and rescue center, regional search and rescue squad of the Emergencies Ministry, Department of Civil Defense, Emergency Situations and Fire Safety of Moscow, the capital investment management agency.
Earlier, the new mayor of Vladivostok, Oleg Gumenyuk appointed his deputy Igor Belov. He will lead the department of urban planning and architecture, as well as the management of the execution of individual state authorities for the management of labor protection. In mid-May, the mayor appointed the head of the transport department Alexander Ivanov.