Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday accepted the resignation of Ingush President Murat Zyazikov.The acting head of the republic appointed Yunus-Bek Yevkurov.Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday accepted the resignation of Ingush President Murat Zyazikov.The acting head of the republic appointed Yunus-Bek Yevkurov.
As the press-service of the President of Russia, in the text of the decree "On early termination of the President of Ingushetia republic authority" states: "Accept the resignation of President of the Republic of Ingushetia Murat Zyazikov and appoint Yevkurov Yunus-Bek Acting President of Ingushetia Republic for the period before taking officeentity empowered the President of the republic. "
Edict enters into force from the date of signing, "Interfax".Recall that Murat Zyazikov of Ingushetia headed by 28 April 2002.He is a Doctor of Philosophy, the author of over 40 scientific papers in international youth movement and the traditional culture of the peoples of the North Cau
Zyazikov raskazal that his resignation was completely voluntary and is associated with the transition to another job."I will work in Moscow", - said the former president of Ingushetia.
Yunus-Bek Yevkurov Bamatgireevich holds the title of the Hero of Russia, which was awarded to him for his courage and heroism in restoring constitutional order in the North Caucasus region.
Until recently, Yevkurov was deputy chief of staff of the Volga-Urals Military District.He serves in the Armed Forces since 1982.In 1989 he graduated from the Ryazan Airborne Command School, in 1997 - the Frunze Military Academy, in 2004 - the Military Academy of the General Staff.Since 2004, Guards Colonel Yevkurov served as deputy chief of the Volga-Urals Military District Intelligence Agency.
How reminiscent "of the West. Ru", in 1999, Yevkurov was led by Russian paratroopers unit that entered Kosovo and took the airport ahead of the peacekeeping forces of other countries.This operation is entered in the history of the Airborne Troops of Russia as one of the most successful peacekeeping actions of the Russian military.