Mikhail Zaichenko, who held the post of chief of the far Eastern railway since 2005, retired, his place was taken by the first Deputy chief of the East Siberian railway Nikolai Malygin.
VLADIVOSTOK, 11 Oct. First Deputy head of the East Siberian railway Nikolai Malygin appointed chief of the far Eastern railway, far Eastern line reports.
On Sunday in Khabarovsk the President of the Russian Railways Oleg Belozerov introduced new head of the far Eastern line of Nicholas Malygina.
“I signed the order appointing Malygina Nikolai Vasilyevich head of far Eastern line. He was the professional way the railroader, starting with the fitter way and to first Deputy chief of the road. Together with you, Nikolai will continue to solve a strategic problem on the transport development of the Eastern direction is the most important for the country’s economy,” — said Belozerov.
Mikhail Zaichenko, who held the post of chief of the far Eastern railway since 2005, has retired. Belozerov has declared his gratitude for many years of hard work.
Nikolai Malygin started his career in 1976 as a fitter way Askizsky track of the East Siberian railway. After serving in the army came to the Krasnoyarsk railway, where he rose to the head of the Krasnoyarsk branch. Since 2004 he worked as first Deputy head of the East Siberian railway.