Siberian Federal District was left without a presidential envoy

On April 9, Vladimir Putin signed a decree appointing Sergei Menyailo as the interim head of North Ossetia, at the same time relieving him of his post as plenipotentiary envoy to the Siberian Federal District. This was reported by the Kremlin press service. The decree comes into force on the day of its signing.

On the same day, Putin met with Menyailo via video link.  Presidential envoy to the Siberian Federal District Sergei Menyailo became head of the first North Ossetia

— The topic of our today’s meeting and conversation is clear. Especially I have nothing to ask you, because I already know practically everything. I know your biography, work, service. I only have one question really. Are you ready for the job offered? Do you want it internally? — said Putin.

— I’m ready to go, — answered Menyailo.

Sergei Menyailo moved to Siberia five years ago from Sevastopol, where he served as governor

From April 2014 to October 2016, Menyailo was the governor of Sevastopol. On July 28, 2016, he was appointed Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Siberian Federal District. Also in August 2016, he entered the Security Council.

The head of North Ossetia Vyacheslav Bitarov resigned at his own request.

Sergey Menyailo is a native of North Ossetia, born on August 22, 1960. His father is Russian, his mother is Ossetian.

Ordinary Novosibirsk citizens Sergey Menyailo, most likely, will be remembered by traffic jams. The NGS published a series of materials on the traffic situation at a busy intersection in the Zaeltsovsky district. For several years now, on weekdays, traffic has been stopped there at rush hour for the sake of a Mercedes with flashing lights, which is accompanied by a traffic police crew. Presumably, it was on this car that the envoy of Menyailo got to work every morning.

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