Head of traffic police Victor Nilov dismissed

Head of traffic police Victor Nilov dismissed


The corresponding decree signed by Russian President

Plot: Political reshuffle

Photo: RIA NOVOSTI/Ramil Sitdikov

Head of traffic police of Russia Victor Nilov dismissed. The corresponding decree of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin published on the official portal of legal information on Wednesday, March 29.

“Dismissed Lieutenant-General of police Nilov Viktor Ivanovich, chief of security of traffic of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation”, — the document says.

According to “RIA Novosti“, the resignation of nil connected with achievement of age limit of stay on civil service. Last week the former head of the traffic police turned 62.

Also dismissed other officials.

Including post removed Commissioner Russia at the European court of human rights (ECHR), Georgy Matyushkin, the Prosecutor of the Novgorod region Andrey Kikot etc.

The General-the Lieutenant of police Victor Nilov became the head of traffic police in 2011. Prior to that, he held the post of Deputy chief of Department of traffic safety the Russian interior Ministry. Neal began his career in 1977 in the post of engineer of the Department UGAI GUVD of Lenoblgorispolkom. Previously the post of head of traffic police took Victor Kiryanov, in 2011 he was appointed Deputy Minister of interior, and in December 2015 he was removed from this post.

The media has already appeared rumors about the resignation of Viktor Nilov. For the first time this reporter wrote on March 10. Later, the interior Ministry denied this information.

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The Ombudsman of the Russian Federation at the ECHR dismissed