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Vice Mayor of Vladivostok moves to the administration of St. Petersburg
In the near future, the chairman of the "political committee" of the St. Petersburg administration will have two new deputies. One of them will be Sergey Sherstyuk, who still holds the post of deputy mayor of Vladivostok.
According to sources "Kommersant", the governor of Primorye Territory Oleg Kozhemyako advised Alexander Beglov to take Sherstyuk to work for the head of St. Petersburg. Sherstyuk will be deputy chairman of the territorial development committee responsible for domestic policy.
Sergey Sherstyuk himself confirmed his future appointment to the publication. However, he refused to say who invited him to this position, stating that "the state has called."
Most of Sergey Sherstyuk’s career is related to Primorye: for several years he worked in the regional legislative assembly, then went to work for the president’s plenipotentiary in the DFO, after which he became the chief federal inspector for the region. In January, 2018, Sergei Sherstyuk became deputy mayor of Vladivostok, and after Vitaly Verkeenko lefttemporarily served as head of the city. In this post, he spent two months giving way to Sergey Gumenyuk.