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Vladimir Orlovsky was appointed chairman of the State Customs Committee

December 21, Minsk / Corr. BELTA /. Vladimir Orlovsky was appointed chairman of the State Customs Committee. The corresponding personnel decision was made today by President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, BelTA reports.

Up until now, Vladimir Orlovsky held the position of First Deputy Chairman. The head position at the State Customs Committee has remained vacant for over a month since Yuri Senko was appointed ambassador to China.

Alexander Lukashenko called the position of the chairman of the State Customs Committee one of extreme importance for the country. Therefore, the candidate for this position had been selected for a long time and scrupulously.

“We had to have appointed the head of the Customs Committee a long time ago, but those who suggested the candidates to me couldn't focus on one and I was rejecting all of them anyway. Frankly speaking, I initially rejected your candidacy as well and said I wanted several more candidates to choose from. I regretted my decision later on because I was buried under the huge number of candidates… I certainly know those people. I know better some of them and some less. But in the third round of deliberations I had to return to your candidacy,” the Head of state said.

The President called Vladimir Orlovsky a serious professional, the best in the Customs Authorities. This, as Alexander Lukashenko said, was the decisive factor in the appointment, "despite certain nuances." "At this stage, I have neglected all these nuances. I believe that you yourself will deal with them. You are a state man, and no one told me that you have deviated from the state line somewhere, and this is very crucial," he stressed.

Vladimir Orlovsky was born on March 12, 1968 in Mogilev. He graduated from the Mogilev Machine-Building Institute, the National Security Institute, the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Belarus.

Vladimir Orlovsky began his career at the Mogilev Lift Plant. In 1988-1994, he worked here as an apprentice of a turner, a turner, a foreman of a technical repair shop, a process engineer, a foreman of a mechanical repair shop.

In 1994, Vladimir Orlovsky joined the customs authorities. He held the posts of inspector, chief inspector of the Khimvolokno customs post, head of the tariff regulation department, deputy head of customs - head of the Bobruisk customs post of the Mogilev Customs, deputy head of the Mogilev customs for organizing customs clearance and control.

From 2007 to 2010, he worked at the Brest Customs. First, he was the deputy Head of Customs for the organization of customs clearance and control, then - the deputy for the development of customs infrastructure. Then he returned to the post of deputy head for the organization of customs clearance and control.

In 2010, he was appointed head of the department for organization of customs control of the State Customs Committee. In 2014 - the head of the Brest customs.

In 2015-2016, he served as deputy chairman of the State Customs Committee. After that he was appointed First Deputy Chairman of the State Customs Committee.

Source: BelTA

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