Head of MIA’s Administration in Khanty-Mansiysk Romanitsa backs out of transferring to South
Now, Vasily Romanitsa is waiting for the President’s support.
Head of the Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District Vasily Romanitsa has backed out of transferring to the South that had been offered to him due to the ceiling age for his senior position in the region, reports Ura.ru with reference to its sources.
Now, according to the source, Romanitsa expects the President of the Russian Federation to back up his decision and let him stay in Yugra.
Romanitsa has been the head of the Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District since 2011. He has recently got an offer to be at the head of the Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Krasnodar region to replace Vladimir Vinevskoy who was dismissed in late 2018, but Romanitsa, according to the source, is willing to remain in his current position.
The media office of MIA’s Administration in Yugra reported they don’t possess any information on the leadership changes. The media office of MIA’s Administration in Krasnodar region didn’t answer the agency’s calls.
It had earlier been reported that another General in Yugra - Aleksander Tirtoka who had been a head of the central office of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the region since 2005 - had backed out of transferring to another territorial entity of the Russian Federation. Tirtoka is also waiting for the final decision by the President.