MOSCOW, May 22 (Itar-Tass) — The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has signed a decree on the appointment of Isa Tumkhadzhiyev Chechen Acting Prime Minister, it was reported on the official website of the Chechen Republic’s government head on Tuesday.
Tumkhadzhiyev was earlier Chechen Deputy Prime Minister.
At a meeting of Kadyrov with Tumkhadzhiyev on Monday, according to the report, issues of the investment policy and socio-economic development were discussed, in particular.
Tumkhadzhiyev in his report informed the republic’s head of the intention of a number of large companies and entrepreneurs to invest funds in the economy of the Chechen Republic, as well as to promote investment in a number of projects.
On May 17, the head of the Chechen Republic made a decision to dismiss the whole government. He made this statement at a meeting with the republic’s acting government head Magomed Daudov and deputy prime ministers.
“The Cabinet of Ministers has performed a huge amount of work, fulfilled complex tasks. I am generally satisfied with the activities of the government. But the time goes on, we face new challenges, new problems. Naturally, to solve them we need new approaches, strategies and tactics. For the successful fulfilment of these tasks it is necessary to introduce changes in the government makeup. So I signed the relevant document and the republic’s government resigns today,” Kadyrov said.
He instructed the members of the government until the formation of a new Cabinet of ministers to perform their duties.
Kadyrov said that structural and personnel changes will be made in the government aimed at improving the effectiveness and flexibility of its work.