Three of the Vice-Governor of Primorye dismissed after the resignation Tarasenko

© RIA Novosti / Gennady Shishkin Building of administration of Primorsky Krai. Archival photoThree of the Vice-Governor of Primorye dismissed after the resignation Tarasenko© RIA Novosti / Gennady Shishkin

Three of the Vice-Governor of Primorye dismissed from their posts following the resignation of the former acting Governor of the region Andrei Tarasenko, told RIA Novosti the representative of the press service of the regional administration.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on 26 September appointed head of the Sakhalin oblast Oleg Kozhemyako, the acting Governor of Primorye after accepted the resignation of Andrei Tarasenko, who retired from the post after the failed second round of elections of the head region. Kozhemyako has officially presented to the local authorities.

«Vice-Governor Irina Manuilova, Stanislav Yershov and Dmitry Bratusenko released from posts in connection with the resignation of acting Governor of Primorsky Krai Andrey Tarasenko,» — said the Agency interlocutor.

According to him, the first Vice-Governor Alexander Kostenko, Deputy Governor, Andrey Larin, Tatyana Kazantsev, Aleksey Nemkov, Valentin Dubinin, Konstantin Mironov, Dmitry Marisa, Pavel Serebryakov, Konstantin Bogdanenko and Gagik Zakarian remain in their seats.

Manuilova was in charge of education, implementation of scientific, scientific-technical and innovation programs and projects, Bratusenko — relations with the legislative Assembly of the territory, the election Commission of the region, internal and information policy, youth policy, international cooperation, Ershov — interaction with Federal bodies of state power.

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