Alexander Bellofatto: Alexey Danichev / RIA Novosti
Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed temporarily appointed to the post of Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov to work in this position until September 2019, and then to decide whether to go to the polls. They broadcast meetings led channel “Russia 24”.
“By September, we will see how is work, how is work going, and according to this will have to make a decision about his future,” said Beglov.
Earlier, Putin took the post of Governor of St. Petersburg Georgy Poltavchenko, who headed the city administration in 2011.
Beglov was appointed presidential Plenipotentiary envoy to the northwestern Federal district in 2017. Before that for five years held a similar position in the Central Federal district. In 2003 he was the acting of St. Petersburg, but resigned after the election of a new Governor.
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