ALEXEI DOTSENKO PRESENTED A NEW HEAD OF KURGAN OFAS TO THE SENIOR GOVERNMENT OFFICILAS IN THE REGION

17-04-2019 | 12:30

Deputy Head of FAS Alexei Dotsenko had a working visit to the Kurgan region, where he presented a new Head of the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service in the Kurgan region – Tatiana Sobolevskaya – to senior government officials in the region and the OFAS staff and discussed the colleagues prophylactics and prevention  of violations of the antimonopoly law and fulfillment of the Presidential order, that approved the National Plan for Developing Competition in the Russian Federation, in the Kurgan region.

 

During the visit, Deputy Head of FAS had a meeting with Vice Governor of the Kurgan region Vladislav Kuznetsov; Chief Federal Inspector in the Kurgan region, Artem Pushkin; Heads of regional executive bodies and the staff of Kurgan OFAS.

 

“Kurgan OFAS has achieved significant success. Just in 2018, OFAS exposed slightly more than 100 violations of the antimonopoly law and eliminated around 100. A similarly posit5ive picture is in control over public procurement procedures”, underlinedAlexei Dotsenko. “The high quality of OFAS work is also confirmed by the fact that there are no decisions of Kurgan OFAS abolished by Courts. OFAS has good ranking among regional Offices of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, and not only maintain but multiply this success”.

 

“I am confident that through joint efforts of the regional authorities and Kurgan OFAS led by Tatiana Sobolevskaya, the Kurgan region will be able to achieve all targets for competitor development set by the President of the Russian Federation in the National Plan for Developing Competition in Russia”, stated Alexei Dotsenko.

 

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Tatiana Sobolevskaya has been working with the antimonopoly bodies since August 2001. Her career path brought Ms. Sobolevskaya from I category specialist of the Ministry of the Russian Federation on Antimonopoly Policy and Support of Entrepreneurship in Chelyabinsk OFAS to Deputy Head of FAS Office in the Chelyabinsk region.

 

In 2002 Tatiana Sobolevskaya graduated from Chelyabinsk State University specializing in “Law (a lawyer). Received a Letter of Acknowledgment from Chelyabinsk Regional Legislature; and a Letter of Acknowledgment from Head of FAS. Ms. Sobolevskaya is awarded a FAS Certificate of Appreciation for considerable personal contribution in the state policy on competition development and regulation of natural monopolies in communications and transport. She is I class civil service counsellor of the Russian Federation.

 



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