Vladimir Putin appoints Vladimir Solodov as the new acting head of Kamchatka,who was the Chairman of the government of Yakutia, was appointed acting head of the region. The corresponding decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin was published on April 3 on the website of the head of state.
“Appoint Vladimir Solodov as acting Governor of the Kamchatka territory until the person elected Governor of the Kamchatka territory takes office,” the document says.
By the same decree, the President accepted the resignation of the head of the region Vladimir Ilyukhin.
Vladimir Solodov was born on July 26, 1982 in Moscow. In 2004, he graduated from the faculty of public administration of Moscow state University. Lomonosov. In June 2018, he was appointed acting Chairman of the government of Yakutia, and in October 2018 — Chairman of the government of Yakutia.
Ilyukhin announced his retirement on Friday, April 3. According to him, the reason for the dismissal is related to the transition to a new position. Ilyukhin has served as Governor of the province since 2011.