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Head of traffic police became deputy mayor of Khabarovsk

Head of traffic police became deputy mayor of Khabarovsk
Photo: Khabarovsk Administration Press Service

Former head of the traffic police in Khabarovsk Igor Mikhailovsky became deputy mayor of the city. The order about it has already been signed by the head of the regional capital Sergey Kravchuk.

Igor Mikhailovsky will oversee issues of industry, transport, communications, as well as work with law enforcement agencies. According to the press service of the city administration, the new deputy mayor has a Ph.D. in law. In 1994, he graduated from Khabarovsk State Technical University with a degree in Automobiles and Automotive Economy, and in 2001, he graduated with a degree in Law. He has been in leadership positions for over 20 years.

The post of deputy mayor became vacant Denis Andreev's resignation in May of this year. He moved from the city administration to the office of the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District. The new chief of the traffic police in Khabarovsk has not yet been appointed instead of Igor Mikhailovsky.

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