Rus News Journal

D.Medvedev has removed from posts of three generals and seven colonels

President Dmitry Medvedev has released from posts of three generals and seven colonels of Armed forces of the Russian Federation. The full text of the decree is published on an official site of the head of the state.
According to the order of the president, the general - major Vadim Odrinsky and the general - major Victor Tamahin are released from a post and dismissed from public service. V.Odrinsky held a post of the vice-commander armies of Severo - the Caucasian military district, V.Tamahin was the chief of armies of radiating, chemical and biological protection of Privolzhsko - the Ural military district. The general - lieutenant Sergey Antonov is dismissed from public service.
According to the decree, the general - major Ivan Buvaltsev is appointed to a post of the assistant to the chief of the Joint Staff of Armed forces of the Russian Federation on management of armies.
Besides, the president has released from posts of colonel Alexander Anistratenko, the chief of a staff of arms - the first deputy of the chief of arms of the Moscow military district; colonel Alexander Arzimanova, the chief of arms - the vice-commander 58 - j army on arms; colonel Gleb Eremina, the chief of armies of antiaircraft defence of the Moscow military district. Also the chief of a staff of back, the first deputy of the chief of back of the Moscow military district colonel Oleg Knyazev have been dismissed; colonel Alexander Nesterenko holding a post of the chief of engineering armies of the Siberian military district. The president has dismissed the chief of service is rocket - artillery arms of the Moscow military district of colonel Boris Ovsyannikov and the chief of back, the vice-commander air - landing armies on back of colonel Pavel Ovchinnikova.
the Decree About appointment to the post, clearing of a post and dismissal from military service of military men of Armed forces of the Russian Federation has come into force today, on November, 18th.