Anatoly Yakunin is now Head of MIA Administration for Operational Control
The Russian President Vladimir Putin has made a number of personnel changes among the senior leadership of the Russian police.
The former Head of the Moscow police department Anatoly Yakunin has been appointed the Head of MIA Administration for Operational Control.
As follows from the presidential decree, the Lieutenant-General Anatoly Yakunin has been exempt from his previous post and transferred to the position of the Head of the Administration for Operational Control at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.
As previously reported by the CrimeRussia, Vladimir Putin has appointed the Major-General Oleg Baranov to the position previously occupied by Anatoly Yakunin. Baranov had been Yakunin's Deputy at the Moscow MIA General Administration.
Artur Tsybikov, who refers to himself as Deputy Supreme Shaman of Russia, is trying to justify the Zhen Tengery Yaba ritual, which caused public outrage. He noted that the head of Chechnya does the same every year, burning five camels.
After the Colonel Zakharchenko scandal, Andrey Kurnosenko and some of his colleagues were told that they were not fit for the job. However, the head of the Economic Security and Anti-Corruption Department retained his post.