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A new deputy chairman has appeared in the Kolyma government.
The governor of the Magadan region, Serey Nosov, appointed a new deputy chairman of the regional government. Now, ex-officer of the Presidential Administration of Russia Andrei Kolyadin will deal with domestic policy issues.
According to the press service of the regional government, the new deputy prime minister, in addition to organizing domestic politics, will be engaged in information support for national projects and the promotion of the Magadan region.
Andrei Kolyadin is a political consultant, worked in the presidential administration, was the deputy plenipotentiary representative of the president in the Urals Federal District. Also at various times he served as adviser to the governor of the Kursk region, head of the department for information policy of the Samara region, was vice-governor of the Voronezh region.