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Belarus president makes new appointments in Investigative Committee

31.10.2019
On 31 October, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko signed decrees to make new appointments in regional departments of the Investigative Committee and in Minsk, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian leader.

The documents are aimed at improving the personnel potential of investigation bodies and implementing anti-corruption strategies in the country.

Major General of Justice Dmitry Konoplyanik has been appointed head of the Brest Oblast department of the Investigative Committee. Until now, he worked as head of the Minsk department of the Investigative Committee.

The Minsk department will be led by Major General of Justice Sergei Pasko who was relieved of the post of head of Gomel Oblast department of the Investigative Committee. Sergei Pasko will be replaced by Colonel of Justice Sergei Udovikov.

Changes were also made in other departments of the Investigative Committee. The Vitebsk Oblast department will be led by Major General of Justice Pavel Ignatov who previously worked as head of the Minsk Oblast department of the Investigative Committee.

Major General of Justice Andrei Lis will become head of the Minsk Oblast department of the Investigative Committee. Until now, he worked as head of the Mogilev Oblast department.

Major General of Justice Vladimir Shalukhin was appointed head of the Mogilev Oblast department of the Investigative Committee. Previously he worked as head of the Vitebsk Oblast department.

Source: https://eng.belta.by/president/view/belarus-president-makes-new-appointments-in-investigation-committee-125501-2019/