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2017 April 20 12:46

Ex-Director of Ship Repair Yard “Yuzhny” (Sevastopol) appointed as head of Crimean Sea Ports SUE

Igor Chistyakov, new head of state unitary enterprise Crimean Sea Ports will take up his duties on 28 April 2017. As IAA PortNews was informed, Anatoly Volkov, Transport Minister of the Republic of Crimea, introduced Igor Chistyakov to the heads of  Kerch, Feodosia, Yalta and Yevpatoria ports (subdivisions of the enterprise) on 19 April. 

Previous positions of Igor Chistyakov - Director of Ship Repair Yard “Yuzhny” LLC in Sevastopol and Deputy Director of SRZ “Yuzhny Sevastopol” LLC (the same address). Among the companies founded by Igor Chistyakov – Masterskaya VMF LLC involved in construction of warships, civil vessels and floating structures. 

From August 2016, Crimean Sea Ports SUE was headed by Yury Semenov, former head of Commercial Sea Port of Sevastopol.

SUE Crimean Sea Ports was set up by the Decree of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea dated March 26, 2014 (No1865-6/14). It is a commercial organisation with the Republic of Crimea being its sole founder. The company is subordinate to the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Crimea and consists of eight branches: Commercial Port of Kerch, Fishing Port of Kerch, Commercial Port of Feodosia, Commercial Port of Yalta, Commercial Port of Yevpatoria, Ferry Service of Kerch, Gosgidrografiya and Port-Terminal.