Friday, December 15, 2017

Kirillov appointed to position as Sverdlovsk's chief federal inspector

Boris Kirillov has been officially confirmed as the chief federal inspector for the Sverdlovsk region, according to an order signed on Thursday by a representative of Igor Kholmanskikh, the president of the Urals Federal District.

The new head of the Sverdlovsk region's federal inspection department has already assumed his duties. Yakov Silin, the former chief federal inspector, became the head of the Sverdlovsk governor's administration in late May. Victor Minenko has acted as the interim federal inspector since that time, EaNews.ru reports.

Kirillov said that one of his plans after being appointed includes setting the new monthly allowance of basic salary for years of service in the civil service to a rate of 30 percent.

Kirillov was born on July 8, 1971, in Magnitogorsk. He has lived in Yekaterinburg since 1983. Kirillov graduated from Ural State University in 1993 with a degree in history. He began working for the embassy in 1996 and was the expert plenipotentiary representative of the Russian President in the Sverdlovsk through 2000.

Between 2000 and 2009, Kirillov worked in the office of the plenipotentiary representative of the president of the Urals Federal District. He served as the deputy general director of JSC Ural Industrial Ural Polar between 2009 and 2012, according to EaNews.ru.