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In the Khabarovsk region appointed a new minister of sports

A new minister of physical culture and sports of the Khabarovsk Territory was appointed Semen Ekshenger. Nikolay Chuprov, who held this post earlier, no longer appears in this department and in the regional government.

The Khabarovsk Territory knows Semen Action well: from 1999 to 2014, he worked in the field of sports and youth policy in the city and region, headed the regional committee on sports and youth policy, was the director of the Yerofey ball hockey development center, and left for 2015 to work in the KDC "Ocean" in Primorye. In 2016, he returned to the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, but already to the post of Deputy Minister of Education. In the summer of this year, he accepted the offer of the then-Acting Governor of Primorye Andrei Tarasenko to head the sports department in his region, but he worked there for only four months and quit.

Today, during a staff meeting, Governor Sergey Furgal introduced Seeds Ekshenger and others previously appointed members of the government Khabarovsk Territory. The head of the region stressed that the appointments in the regional government will continue and reminded members of the cabinet that each of them should submit a development program for his department in the near future.

According to the press service of the regional government, during the week ministers will have to provide the governor with the staffing table of each authority with functional and subordinate institutions. In addition, each minister must formulate a program for the supervised industry and indicate in it measures to save the budget, increase revenues and plan for future development.