Sergey Tsivilev (right) recently met with Vladimir Putin – at the end of February they discussed the development of coal mining in Kuzbass
On April 1, Vladimir Putin accepted the resignation of Aman Tuleyev, who over the past 20 years led the Kemerovo region – by the same decree, he appointed Sergey Tsivilev, the former deputy of Tuleyev. The decree is published on the website of the President of Russia.
The document states that Aman Tuleyev decided to leave the post of his own free will. Earlier, residents of Kemerovo demanded his resignation at a spontaneous rally, where, according to official figures, 64 people were killed in a fire in the Winter Cherry shopping center, most of them children.
57-year-old Sergey Tsivilev previously served as deputy governor for industry, transport and the consumer market. According to information from the website of the Kemerovo Administration, he received two higher educations: military engineering and economics, he led the law firm for 16 years, and from 2014 to 2018 he was general director of the Colmar Coal Company.
On March 27, at a spontaneous rally after the fire, Sergei Tsivilev knelt before the crowd and asked for forgiveness from the relatives of the dead and injured in the Winter Cherry shopping center.
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Spring Call begins April 1st
Young people who were previously exempted from military service may be called up for military service if their physical condition improves and they express a desire to serve in the armed forces. This was announced on March 30 in an interview with the newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda, Yevgeny Burdinsky, acting chief of the main organizational and mobilization department of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces.
“On December 29 of last year, the Russian president signed federal law No. 444-FZ, according to which these citizens can be called up for military service after a medical examination,” said Lieutenant General Burdinsky.
The call will begin tomorrow, April 1, and will last until July 15. It will not be held everywhere: in the Komi Republic, the Nenets and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Districts, as well as in some municipalities of the Krasnoyarsk, Perm, Kamchatka Territories, Amur, Irkutsk, Magadan and Sakhalin Regions, the call is carried out once a year in autumn.
A week ago, the NHS already wrote that about two thousand young people will be called up for military service in the Novosibirsk Region this spring.