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Igor Bystrov has been appointed as the new deputy governor of the Sakhalin Oblast Government, supervising the agro-industrial complex and the fishing industry.

Igor Bystrov from today will supervise the agro-industrial and fisheries complexes of the region, the press service of the regional government reports.

Today it became known about the initiation of two criminal cases against members of the government of the Sakhalin region.

Recently, this is the second appointment to such a high position. In the beginning of April former deputy prime minister The Amur Region Alexander Zhitkov, appointed Minister of Construction of the island region. The former Minister of Construction of the region Vladimir Levin wasdismissed by a court decision because of the claims against him by the investigative authorities.

Recall that already nine people from the team ex-governor Alexander Khoroshavin previously left their posts. Quit their own volitionMinister of Agriculture, trade and food Nikolai Borisov, the head of the apparatus of the governor Sergey Karaganov, deputy chairman Sergey Carepkin, who oversaw the agro-industrial complex and the fish industry, deputy chairman Elena Ivashova, construction industry and deputy chairman Irina Trutneva, who oversaw the social direction.

Abbreviated two deputy governors Konstantin Stroganov (was the first deputy of Horoshavin) and Sergei Podolyan (representing the Sakhalin region in Moscow).

The service contract with Minister of Investments and External Relations Sakhalin Region by Ivan Blagodyrem, in connection with the inclusion of this ministry in the Ministry of Economic Development. Minister of Construction Sakhalin Region, Vladimir Levin was removed from his post by court decision (he is suspected of exceeding official authority). 

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