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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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Boris Zhuravlev was confirmed as the first deputy governor of the Magadan Region

Boris Zhuravlev appointed vice-governor Magadan region during the voting of the Magadan Regional Duma, according to the press service of the government of the Magadan region.

Previously, he served as Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Magadan Region. The Governor noted his work in the executive branch of government and appreciated it as an executive and efficient public servant. Among the deputies of the regional Duma, the candidacy of Boris Zhuravlev was adopted unanimously.

As First Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Magadan Region, Boris Zhuravlev coordinated and supervised the activities of the Ministry of Road Economy, Transport and Communications of the Magadan Region, the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Public Utilities and Energy, the Department of Forestry, Forest Control and Supervision over the use of wildlife and their habitats, the state housing inspection, the state inspection for technical supervision the chesky state of self-propelled machines and other types of equipment, the management of architecture and urban planning of the Magadan region.

He also heads the Council for Maritime Activities, a commission for the development of proposals for the repair of real estate, interacts with airlines, automobile transport, communications, road and housing and communal services, suppliers of petroleum products, and construction companies. Supervises the municipal formations "Yagodninsky District" and "Severo-Evensky District".

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