Chief of ICR Investigations Directorate in Primorye prematurely resigned
Head of ICR Investigations Directorate for the Primorye region Lieutenant-General of Justice Sergey Bobrovnichy has filed a resignation report.
According to Primorye24, Bobrovnichy filed a report in the name of ICR Chairman Aleksandr Bastrykin last week.
At the same time, the outlet notes that in view of all dismissal procedures (vacation leave, transfer of cases, and other), Bobrovnichy will actually leave his office not earlier than in 2-3 months.
It is also reported that Deputy Head of the ICR Investigations Directorate for the Primorye region and Colonel of Justice Aleksandr Kalmykov has also gone on vacation with subsequent resignation.
According to the Primorye media, Sergey Bobrovnichy is one of the youngest generals in the region. He was granted the rank of Major General at the age of 35, in 2009. Bobrovnichy began his service in law enforcement bodies in the town of Artyom, working as a senior investigator. Then he moved to Vladivostok and assumed the post of Senior Investigator in the regional prosecutor's office. Later, he served as First Deputy Prosecutor of Leninsky district of Vladivostok, Head of a department in the Primorsky region Prosecutor's Office, as well as Chief of the Investigations Directorate of the Primorsky region Prosecutor's Office.
Bobrovnichy was first appointed Chief of the ICR Investigations Directorate for Primorye in 2011 by order of then-President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev. In 2013, President Vladimir Putin appointed him Chief of the Region's ICR Investigations Directorate for 5 years.
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