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The mayor of Vladivostok has a new deputy

The mayor of Vladivostok has a new deputy
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Maxim Akulshin became the new deputy head of the Vladivostok administration. He was already appointed by the head of the city Oleg Gumenyuk.

As the press service of the city administration told EastRussia, Akulshin will oversee issues of competition policy and procurement, the commission on minors, guardianship and trusteeship, investment, tourism and entrepreneurship development.

Maxim Akulshin has been with the Vladivostok administration since 2011. He began with a chief specialist, and for the past few years, he served as deputy head of the department of roads and land improvement.

The deputy mayor left his post earlier. Konstantin Loboda. He wrote a letter of resignation of his own free will.

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