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Penza governor met LDPR State Deputy Vadim Dengin

14:08 | 10.02.2015 | Politics

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Penza, 10 February 2015. PenzaNews. The Penza region governor Vasily Bochkarev held a meeting with Vadim Dengin, deputy of the Russian Duma, member of the Higher Council of LDPR, first deput chairman of the State Duma committee on information policy, IT and communications, in the regional government on Tuesday, February 10.

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The event was also attended by Dmitry Kadenkov, chief federal inspector of the Penza region; Sergei Pulikovsky, deputy chairman of the regional government; and Zhigansha Tuktarov, leader of the City Duma LDPR faction.

During the meeting, Vasily Bochkarev stressed the Penza region government is ready and willing to cooperate with all political parties and movements if they in return aim for constructive work for the sake of success of the region.

“We can befriend and work with those who are busy working for people instead of plotting,” said the governor.

As the press service of the regional government informed PenzaNews agency, the sides discussed several socially vital projects implemented in the Penza region.

In particular, they talked about the computer education classes, multifunctional center state services accessibility, robotics classes development in the country, construction of new technoparks, and IT-villages.

Vadim Dengin said he is ready to use the experience of the Penza region in innovation and education in other regions of the state.

The State Duma deputy is expected to spend the afternoon of the first day of his two-day Penza job visit by getting acquainted with several innovation locations and meeting his Liberal-Democratic Party fellows.

As PenzaNews agency reported earlier, Vadim Dengin said he will be curating the Penza region and Tatarstan on the decision of Vladimir Zhirinovsky, leader of LDPR. He replaced the State Duma deputy Anton Ischenko, known for his harsh critique of the regional authorities and the governor Vasily Bochkarev in particular.

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