The Minister of agriculture and food of the Crimea resigned

SIMFEROPOL, February 17. The Minister of agriculture of Crimea Vitaly Polishchuk resigned. On Wednesday at session of Parliament said the speaker Vladimir Konstantinov.

“I want to announce that at his own request the resignation of the Minister Vitaly Polishchuk. I want to thank him for his work on behalf of the deputies,” – said Konstantinov.

The new Minister of agriculture in the region appointed a native of Yalta, retired Lieutenant Colonel Andrey Grigorenko.

Addressing deputies, Polishchuk noted that the past year was quite difficult. “Our Federal target program (FTP) worked quite difficult in the Crimea. But managed to convince the government of the Russian Federation in the priority of agriculture. We now await the decision of the government, which will allow more large-scale to solve the problems facing the Ministry of agriculture of the Crimea”, – he said.

The new head of the Ministry of agriculture of the Crimea noted that he has experience in agriculture. “In industry I for a long time. Worked for two years as Vice-Governor of Tver region, head of the Department of the village. The experience I have. There is a desire to help and engage with you to work,” added Grigorenko.

Polishchuk was appointed as the Minister of agriculture of the Crimea on 14 October 2014 after changes by the President of the regional government.