Alexander Klaus headed the regional department of the department since 2014, now he has moved to work in Moscow. The new head of the St. Petersburg Investigative Committee has not yet been appointed
Lieutenant General of Justice Alexander Klaus has been appointed Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin, according to the decree of President Vladimir Putin.
Since 2014, Klaus has been in charge of the St. Petersburg department of the Investigative Committee. According to Fontanka, Bastrykin has not yet issued an order on the acting head of the St. Petersburg department.
Klaus previously held various positions in the Ulyanovsk prosecutor’s office, then moved to work in St. Petersburg. From 2011 to 2014, he was the first deputy head of the regional SC.
At the end of last year, Fontanka wrote that Klaus would leave the post of head of the St. Petersburg department of the Investigative Committee, at the same time there was information about his possible transfer to Crimea. The department did not confirm this. “At work. Performs duties, “- said in the UK in February.
In early February, Bastrykin appointed two deputy heads of the Investigative Committee for Moscow – they were Colonels of Justice Vladimir Vazagov and Boris Lavrenev. Previously, Lavrenev headed the Investigation Department for the Southern Administrative District of the capital, and Vazagov worked in the Investigation Department for the South-Western Administrative District.