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Vladimir Miklushevsky met with State Duma deputy Svetlana Goryacheva

August 21 Vladimir Miklushevsky met with State Duma deputy Svetlana Goryacheva. The head of the region discussed with the deputy chairman of the State Duma committee the nomination of her candidacy for the post of a member of the Federation Council from the Primorsky Territory.

“I am glad to welcome you to your homeland, in the Primorsky Territory you are known and remembered, you are not alien to the problems of the residents of Primorye, so you can adequately represent the interests of the region in the Federation Council. I have already instructed to prepare the appropriate papers for your nomination to the Federation Council. Primorsky Krai needs just such a senator like you, ”the head of the region, Svetlana Goryacheva, greeted.

Earlier, in June 2014, Vladimir Miklushevsky had already met with the Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee Svetlana Goryacheva and invited her to join his team and take the place of the Senator in the Federation Council from the Primorsky Territory.

“Tomorrow I am going on a trip to the municipal districts of Primorye, where I will hold meetings. At them I want to talk about the development of the region, about Russia, about the situation in Ukraine. And of course, I will give an answer to the question why I decided to become a senator from Primorsky Krai, ”said Svetlana Goryacheva.

According to the head of Primorye, Svetlana Goryachev will be able to effectively promote the interests of the region at the federal level.

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