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Chukotka government created new departments and committees.

By decision of the governor Roman Kopin, the structure of the executive authorities of the Chukotka Autonomous Region has undergone significant changes. New departments and leaders have appeared in the government.

In Chukotka, a health department was created, headed by Yevgeny Podlesny. The Department of Social Policy of the region, from which health care was separately withdrawn, was headed by First Deputy Governor Leonid Nikolayev.

The Department of Education, Culture and Sport was renamed the Department of Education and Science. Andrey Bolenkov was appointed its head. There was also a committee for the protection of cultural heritage sites of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, headed by Vladimir Devyatkin. The chairman of the committee on culture, sport and tourism was Alexander Sysoev, who previously held the post of deputy head of the Autonomous Institution Okrkidovideoprokat.

According to the press service of the regional government, from the department of industrial and agricultural policy, renamed the department of industrial policy, separately allocated the Department of Agriculture and Food, as well as the Committee of Natural Resources and Environment. And about. Sergei Davidyuk became the head of the rural department. Olga Safonova will be responsible for natural resources and ecology. She had previously been the chair of the Committee for Nature Use and Environmental Protection.

According to Roman Kopin, the new model will improve the efficiency of work by eliminating duplication of functions. He has already instructed new leaders to pay special attention to appeals, suggestions, comments and initiatives of citizens received during the election campaign.