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The governor of the Khabarovsk Territory is restructuring the regional government

In accordance with the orders of Vyacheslav Shport signed on 4 February, the Ministry of Investment and Land and Property Policy will be merged in the region through the merger of the Ministry of Property and the Ministry of Economy with regard to external relations. The head of the new ministry will be ex-head of the Committee for Investments and Innovation Policy Yuri Chaika. Development of regulations on the department, its structure and staffing should be completed by 1 March. Such a decision the head of the region explains by the desire to reduce bureaucratic barriers.

At the same time, another new ministry will be created to coordinate the region's relations with the world. The governor called it the regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs and explained that the need to create such a department is ensured by the development of external relations in the Asia-Pacific region. Head of the Khabarovsk Krai Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vyacheslav Dianov, the current head of the Main Department of Protocol and International Relations of the Governor and the Government of the Territory.

The new department will be called the Ministry of International and Interregional Cooperation, and its appearance, according to Kommersant from the press service of the regional government, should not lead to an increase in the number of staff.

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