This was announced by the head of the Russian football Union
Former official representative of the Investigative Committee of Russia Vladimir Marcopoto: TASS, Alexander Shcherbak
– Former official representative of the Investigative Committee of Russia Vladimir Markin headed the security Committee of the Russian football Union (RFU), said RFU President Vitaly Mutko.
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“With regard to the Committee for security and stadiums, we proposed Markin Vladimir Ivanovich. Met him, he decided he was ready to become Chairman of the Committee,” he told reporters on Tuesday.
“Vladimir has previously served on the Committee. Worked, active position. It is recommended that the (Russian football – if) Premier League. On the eve of the world Cup in 2018 we need to have a workable Committee. Previous Committee no meeting was not held. And Markin loves football. Know him as a football fan, I hope his personal and professional qualities,” – said the President of the RFU.
Markina he described as “a man with great experience in working with public organizations and law enforcement agencies”.
“However, it is not regular, and social work. Today we are in the zone of formation of the legislation: signed the Convention of the Council of Europe to prevent violence in the stadiums, is working on two laws, government regulations, including anti-terrorist protection. Besides going training of supervisors, the transfer of authority. All this requires effort,” he said.
21 Sep Markin told Interfax that he had filed his resignation: “Now I can officially say that I made the decision to complete the work of the Investigation Committee, and filed a resignation at own will”.
Markin was born on 23 November 1956. He graduated from the journalism faculty of Moscow state University. M. V. Lomonosov, in 2009, received the second higher education on specialty jurisprudence. He worked as a journalist, presenter and producer of programs on television and radio, first Deputy Chairman of Committee for Affairs of press and information of Moscow region. From 2007 he was the head of the Department of interaction with mass media of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.