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Gokhran deputy head Andrei Zharkov became president of ALROSA
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a directive to representatives of Russia's interests in the ALROSA Supervisory Board on the election of Zharkov for the presidency for a period of three years, RIA Novosti reported.
Today, the Supervisory Board of ALROSA unanimously approved him as president of the company.
Zharkov was deputy head of Gokhran, where, among other things, he was responsible for questions of the receipt and release of precious metals and stones to the State Fund of Russia, as well as the acquisition of values for the replenishment of the State Fund.
Last September, Fyodor Andreev left the post President of ALROSA, which he occupied from 2009 year. From that moment until now, Acting President was Ilya Ryaschin.
Sources of RBC, close to the supervisory board of ALROSA, stated that the ex-general director of AvtoVAZ, the governor of the Samara region and first deputy general director of Rostec Vladimir Artyakov could become the president of ALROSA.
Another source of RBC said that as a candidate for the presidency was also considered a member of the company's supervisory board and a representative of Russia in the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Denis Morozov.