Moscow Ministry of Internal Affairs DIrectorate Deputy Head retired after working for less than year
Vyacheslav Kozlov is sent to pension.
Deputy Head of the capital Central Board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Vyacheslav Kozlov left his post, it was reported in the press service of the department on Wednesday, October 4.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs explains that the Major-General has retired “in connection with the achievement of the age limit of stay on service in law-enforcement bodies made the decision on retirement”, at the same time it is emphasized that he will continue work in bodies, but this time as a federal public civil servant.
It is remarkable that the 64-year-old law enforcement authority has worked on this post for less than a year – he occupied this position in December 2016. Besides, he became the third deputy head of the capital Ministry of Internal Affairs who has left the post - literally the other day General Petrikov, and after him, Colonel Astakhova were sent to a pension. As Mash public reported, an inspection in connection with suspicion of waste for 1 billion rubles ($17 million) is carried out concerning two last employees.
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