Putin awarded the Head of the Customs Service, Bulavin, with the Order of Honor
Moscow, February 6 – Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded the head of the Federal Customs Service Vladimir Bulavin the Order of Honor for his contribution to ensuring the country’s economic security, and the corresponding decree was published on the legal information portal.
One of the paragraphs of the document reads: “For a significant contribution to ensuring the economic security of the Russian Federation and many years of excellent service, to award the Order of Honor to Bulavin Vladimir Ivanovich, head of the Federal Customs Service.”
Bulavin has headed the FCS since July 2016, before that, among other things, he held the positions of the Plenipotentiary Presidential Envoy to the North-West Federal District, First Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Deputy Director of the FSB – Chief of Staff of the National Anti-Terrorism Committee.
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