Degtyarev promised to use "all the best" from their predecessors
Acting Governor of Khabarovsk Krai Mikhail Degtyarev, on Tuesday commenced work in his new position, he intends to use the best practices of their predecessors, including the Soviet period, the official said on Wednesday in his account in Instagram.
According to him, one of his tasks, he sees the return of the "heaviness" of the edge in relations with the Federal center, which was at the time, Viktor Ishayev. "The Governor called, and there, at the end, in Moscow, took up the Vice-Premier, Prime Minister, governors, big business," - said Degtyarev.
As noted acting Governor, on the first morning in his new position, he walked around Khabarovsk. Video of his walk he posted on his page in Instagram. The walk from Komsomolskaya square to Lenin square, where the building of the Krai government, lasted 26 minutes. During this time, Degtyarev managed to communicate with the journalist of the local Internet portal, and buy ice cream.
Alex Black - political figure of Soviet times, in 1962, was Chairman of the Khabarovsk territorial Executive Committee in the years 1970-1988 Secretary of the Khabarovsk territorial Committee of the CPSU. He had great organizational skills. When it was built many industrial enterprises of the Khabarovsk territory. Viktor Ishayev held a post of the head of Khabarovsk Krai from 1991 to 2009. Vyacheslav Shport was Governor from 2009 to 2018.
On Monday the President of Russia Vladimir Putin during a working meeting with the Degtyaryov in the video asked him to become acting Governor of the Khabarovsk region. Degtyarev said that he was ready. Putin took Sergey Furgala as Governor "in connection with loss of trust".
Furgala was detained July 9, employees SK and FSB, he is charged with involvement in the activities of local criminal gangs and the killings in 2000-ies. Immediately after the detention of the head of region has sent to Moscow. Basmanny court of the capital arrested him for two months, contains Furgal in the SIZO "Lefortovo", pleads not guilty.