Putin dismissed four generals of the interior Ministry


President Vladimir Putin dismissed four generals of the interior Ministry. The text of the decree published on the official portal of legal information.

Posts have lost the assistant to the head of the interior Ministry Andrey Grankin, the Minister of internal Affairs of the Republic of Bashkortostan Mikhail Zakamaldin, chief inspector of the Ministry of internal Affairs Evgeny Martynov. First Deputy chief of the internal troops Alexander Boutin dismissed with dismissal from military service.

The same decree dismissed the Prosecutor of the Leningrad region Stanislav Ivanov.

The President also extended the service life of the Deputy chief of the Moscow police — the chief of Department of protection of public order Vyacheslav Kozlov. Also extended the contracts of chief of the transport Ministry of Russia Dmitry Sharabarov, the chief of the main Department of EMERCOM of Russia on the Pskov area Valery Filimonov. For five years, Putin extended the powers of the public Prosecutor of Karelia Karen Gabrelyanov and the Prosecutor of Sverdlovsk region Sergey Okhlopkova.

On 12 October it became known that the President has released from posts of the 12 highest generals of police. Then he was fired the head of the main Directorate of private security of the MIA of Russia Sergey Lebedev, head of the Moscow center of a special purpose rapid reaction forces main Directorate of the interior Ministry Dmitry deynichenko and the main police inspector of Russia Nikolay Kosyachenko. In the same document included the resignation of the Prosecutor of the Crimea Natalia Polonskaya and the representative of the RCDS Vladimir Markin.

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