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First Deputy Chairman of the Khabarovsk Krai Government was appointed
Governor Vyacheslav Shport signed a decree appointing Nikolay Brusnikin to the post of First Deputy Prime Minister on investment, territorial and industrial policy issues.
In his new position Nikolay Brusnikin will deal with the issues of organization and support of investment projects, territories of advanced development, industrial policy, attraction of investments from the Asia-Pacific region to the region.
Nikolay Brusnikin was born on January 11 1961 in the town of Vyksa, Gorky Region. He began his labor activity as a foreman at the Volzhsky car factory in the city of Togliatti in 1982.
He graduated from Togliatti Polytechnic Institute, then the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
In 1990, he was elected chairman of the Avtozavodsky District Council of People's Deputies. From 1991, he worked as the first deputy head of the administration of the city of Togliatti.
2000 to 2003 - Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Credit Organizations and Financial Markets, Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Labor and Social Policy.
In subsequent years, occupying leadership positions in large organizations, gained wide experience in working with energy and utilities infrastructure.