YEKATERINBURG, may 28. /TASS/. The former mayor of Nizhny Tagil Sergey Nosov was appointed acting Governor of Magadan region, with the accumulated Ural resource base to be relevant and effective in his new post, told TASS on Monday, Deputy presidential Plenipotentiary envoy to the Urals Federal district (UFD) Boris Kirillov.
As previously reported, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on early termination of powers of the Governor of the Magadan region Vladimir Baked. The acting head of the region appointed Sergey Nosov.
“Nizhny Tagil – the city is very difficult, it’s ecology, a complex industrial structure, it is minobrasovanie a city with two major businesses. Sergei Konstantinovich as a Manager has shown himself at best. In Magadan, with its resource base it will be popular and effective,” – said Kirillov.
He noted that the noses “highly effective Manager”. “In some sense, he must have outgrown the boundaries of the city of Nizhny Tagil. During the period of his work… the city has changed radically in appearance and informative, he implemented a number of investment programs,” – said the expert.
Kirillov appreciated the chance Nosov be elected Governor. “The whole previous history of his work shows that he is able not only to find common language with people, but also to keep his word… I Hope that noses effectively and systematically will work just like it worked in Nizhny Tagil”, he added.
The Governor of Sverdlovsk region Evgeny Kuyvashev wrote on his page in social network Instagram that the front Nose in his new post will stand a difficult task.
“Sergei Konstantinovich has always distinguished the desire to move forward, striving for new achievements. For many years he successfully headed the Nizhny Tagil and is clearly ripe for conquering new frontiers. Residents of the Magadan region are lucky: they got energetic and motivated Manager, and residents of Nizhny Tagil, I am sure, will be a little sorry to let go of Sergei Nosov in the distant Magadan”, – said the head of the region.
Director of the Ural branch of the Fund of development of civil society Anatoly Gagarin said in an interview with TASS that the appointment Nosov was quite a surprising, but promising. “He’s a man who aims at immediate results, so I think that will achieve significant results will stimulate the development of the Magadan region”, – he said.
He also added that the country has good experience of attracting investments. “Thanks to this Nizhniy Tagil received funds for reconstruction of the theatre and for the construction of the new circus, plus exhibitions, which were. I think noses can trigger a number of interesting projects in the Magadan region”, – he said.
Nosov won the elections of the head of Nizhny Tagil in 2012 and 10 September 2017, he was again elected mayor of the city, gaining 90,72% of the vote.