Alexander Brov appointed deputy head of Ural Customs Administration

Following the Federal Customs Service’s order issued on March 5, 2008, Colonel Alexander Brov was appointed Deputy Head of Ural Customs Administration, the spokesperson for the Administration reports.

Alexander Brov has been employed at the customs since September 2001; prior to this, he used to serve in the Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Far East. He was first appointed Head of Far Eastern Customs’ Interrogation Department and was then employed in the capacity of Far Eastern Customs’ Deputy Head between November 2002 and March 2008.

The Colonel has a number of departmental awards given to him for conscientious work and his great personal contribution to protecting Russia’s economic interests.

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