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Solodov changed the structure of the government of Kamchatka

Solodov changed the structure of the government of Kamchatka
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Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Solodov changed the structure of the regional government. The number of executive bodies will be reduced from 37 to 31.

According to the press service of the regional government, there will be three vice-governors. The post of vice-governor for work in Moscow will be abolished; the post of chief of staff of the governor and the regional government is introduced. Five ministries will be enlarged, six executive bodies will be completely abolished, five will be renamed and two agencies will become ministries.

The Koryak District Administration will be merged with the Ministry of Territorial Development; the agency for youth affairs, for internal policy, the department for the affairs of the Cossacks and the press service - in the ministry of civil society, youth and information policy. The Tourism and External Relations Agency will become the Ministry of Tourism.

In April, Acting Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Solodov said that intends to maintain the staffing base and the principles of building a management system in the regional government before developing it, however, he does not intend to completely abandon personnel changes.

Vladimir Solodov today took office as governor Kamchatka Territory. The head of the Election Commission of the region Inga Irinina handed over to Vladimir Solodov a certificate of the governor of the region, after which he took an oath of allegiance to the inhabitants and the charter of Kamchatka.

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