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MOSCOW, August 1 (Itar-Tass) — Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a decree appointing to office and dismissing several employees of the Interior Ministry.
The Kremlin press service reported on Wednesday that Police Major-General Sergei Lebedev was appointed Chief of the Main Security Department of the RF Interior Ministry.
The president relieved of their duties: Police Colonel Valery Krasilnikov - Deputy Chief of the Main Criminal Investigation Department of the RF Interior Ministry; Justice Major-General Alexander Martynov - Deputy Chief of the RF Interior Ministry’s main department for the Volgograd Region – main investigation department chief.
This Decree shall enter into force upon signature.
The Russian presidential press service reported on Tuesday that Putin signed several decrees “On dismissal from office of officers of the RF Interior Ministry.”