Putin dismissed the head of Department of the TFR in Chechnya


Russian President Vladimir Putin fired the head of the investigative Department of the TFR in Chechnya Sergei Devyatov. The corresponding decree posted on the official portal of legal information.

“To release from a post the General-the major of justice Sergey Devyatova — head of the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation on the Chechen Republic”, — stated in the text of the decree of the President. The decree shall enter into force upon signature.

The same decree were dismissed from their posts, the Deputy head of the investigative Department of the TFR in Moscow Alexey Tasev, head of transport management of the MIA of Russia Vadim Kashirina and a number of other high-ranking representatives of law enforcement agencies. The same decree to the post of head of Department FSKN across Moscow appointed police Colonel Ivan Telenkov.