The President of Russia Vladimir Putin dismissed the ten generals of the interior Ministry, the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR) and the Federal service of execution of punishments (FSIN). The reasons for personnel changes not reported.
According to TASS, the decree of the President from office released the head of Department on transport of the Ministry of interior in the Volga Federal district the General-the major of police Vladimir Berlizov, head of the Investigative Department for the Primorye territory, Lieutenant-General of justice Sergey Bobrowniki, chief UFSIN across the Saratov region the General — the major of internal service Alexander Gnezdilov, Deputy head of the Moscow University of the interior Ministry General-the major of police Sergey Jelakovic, head of educational, social and psychological work of the Federal penitentiary service Alexander Novikov, head of research Affairs of the Samara region Sergey Solodovnikov, head of internal Affairs on the Vologda area the General-the major of police Vitaly Fedotov, senior investigator for particularly important cases under the Chairman of SC of the Russian Federation the General-the major of justice Alexander Filin, the head of the Moi for the Nizhny Novgorod region General-Lieutenant Ivan Shaev, head of the UFSIN for the Republic of Mordovia the General-the major of internal service Ramazan Yahyaev.
In addition, the decree of the President dismissed from their posts by the Prosecutor of the Chuvash Republic Sergey Legostaev and the Prosecutor of the Jewish Autonomous region Lidia Diakonova.
The same decree for a five year term appointed administrator of investigatory management SKR across the Kirov region, Colonel of justice, Ayrat Akhmetshin Saitovich, Prosecutor of the Republic of Ingushetia — Vasilchenko Andrey Vladimirovich.
Earlier, on 2 February Vladimir Putin dismissed 16 generals of the Ministry of emergency situations, interior Ministry and the Investigative Committee.