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NOVO OGARYOVO, November 5 (Itar-Tass) - President Vladimir Putin said Bolshoi former director-general Anatoly Isksanov would be offered new job.
At the meeting with Bolshoi Director-General Vladimir Urin on Tuesday, Putin said Iksanov’s service “will allow us to offer new job on the international platform”.
“This will be done shortly,” the president added.
Urin said the theatre was in good condition. “As for organizational issues, Anatoly Gennadyevich [Iksanov] gave me the theatre in good form, including the personnel, the financial system, state subsidies and the commercial activity.”
Urin said he was glad to hear Iksanov’s to take another position.