The former head of the Federal drug control service for the Tomsk region became the Vice-Governor on safety issues

TOMSK, December 21. The Governor of Tomsk region Sergey Zhvachkin has appointed the former head regional UFSKN, the General-the major in resignation Igor Tolstonogov his Deputy for security Affairs, said Monday the head of regional Department of information policy Alexey Sevostyanov.

“I appreciate his management professionalism, a wide experience of operative work, deep knowledge about the situation in the Tomsk region. I know that my opinion of Tolstonogov shared by the heads of law enforcement agencies in the region, where he enjoys the respect and authority” – he brought the words Zhvachkin. continue reading.

Tolstonogov, eight years headed the Department of Federal drug control service of the Russian Federation across the Tomsk region, and were active in regional anti-drug Commission, the security Council and the Operational headquarters of the region. “Today, Igor V. was responsible for coordinating all law enforcement activities in the region, to ensure the safety of people. I’m sure these are up to the task”, – said the Governor.

In September, the post of Deputy Governor for security Affairs left Vyacheslav Semenchenko. It was reported that he left for health reasons.

Igor Tolstonogov was born in 1963 in Seversk (closed city in Tomsk oblast). In 1985 he graduated from Tomsk Polytechnic Institute. From 1989 to 2004 he served in the office of the KGB – FSB of Russia in the Tomsk region. Since 2004 – Deputy chief UFSB of Russia on Republic Tuva. Between 2007 and 2015 – chief UFSKN across the Tomsk region.