Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed Mikhail Evraev as Acting Governor of the Yaroslavl Region. The Russian leader signed the corresponding decree on Tuesday, October 12.
Evraev’s predecessor, Dmitry Mironov, resigned and became an assistant to the president, his responsibilities will include resolving personnel issues in the power block.
The head of state wished Evraev success and promised to meet with him after the first steps in a new place.
“Mikhail Yakovlevich, you have very good characteristics. All the people with whom you have worked in previous years speak highly positively about your personal and business qualities and about your capabilities. ” said Vladimir Putin during a videoconference with Mikhail Evraev on October 12.
The President noted that Evraev is able to do a lot for the region, and this will play a role during the upcoming election campaign.
The decree comes into force from the date of signing.
Mikhail Evraev was born in 1971 in Leningrad. After leaving school he worked as a turner at the plant named after M.I. Kalinin. Graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Finance and Economics (now the St. Petersburg State University of Economics), also received a second higher education in law at the St. Petersburg State University.
He worked in various positions in the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia, including being the deputy head of the department. He also held the posts of Deputy Minister of Regional Development, Deputy Minister of Telecom and Mass Communications.
On October 4, the president accepted the resignation of the head of the Vladimir region, Vladimir Sipyagin. Alexander Avdeev, a deputy of the State Duma from United Russia, was appointed acting head of the region.