Federal Customs Service Deputy Head Anatoly Seryshev steps down
Deputy Head of the Federal Customs Service of Russia Anatoly Seryshev was relieved of his duties due to a transfer to another appointment. The corresponding order of June 22, 2018 was signed by the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. The document was posted on the official legal information website.
By presidential decree Anatoly Seryshev on June 13, 2018 was appointed Assistant to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mr. Anatoly Seryshev was born in 1965 in the Irkutsk region. In 1988 he graduated from the Baikal State University (formerly the Irkutsk Institute of National Economy) with a major in "Labor Economics". In 1988-1990 he underwent the USSR KGB training. Since 1990, he served in various positions in the Federal Security Service of Russia in the Irkutsk region. From 2010 through September 2011 he was the head of the FSB of Russia in the Republic of Karelia, the first deputy head of the department. Since September 2011 he was the head of the FSB of Russia in the Republic of Karelia.
In December 2016 Mr. Seryshev was appointed Deputy Head of the Federal Customs Service.