Mikhail Puzikau appointed Deputy Secretary of Belarus Security Council

Major General Mikhail Puzikau has been appointed Deputy Secretary of Security Council of Belarus. The Decree was signed by Aliaksandr Lukashenka on November 23. The same document released Puzikau from the previous position - Deputy Minister of Defense.

It is known that Puzikou comes from the Brasauski rayon of the Bryansk region of Russia. He turned 54 days. In 1998, Mikhail Puzikov graduated from the Military Academy of the Republic of Belarus, he has served in various capacities in missile troops. In 2004 he graduated from the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces. After a while, he became the chief of the missile troops and artillery of the Armed Forces of Belarus. In December 2009, Lukashenka appointed Puzikau Deputy Minister of Defense for Personnel and Training of Troops, and in February of 2012 - Deputy Minister of Defense.

According to the Euroradio, on November 4, the positiopn of State Secretary of the Security Council of Belarus was takenby Major-General Stanislau Zayas, a native of the Chernigov region of Ukraine.

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