Mogilev Region Governor Boris Batura has introduced a new vice governor to the regional administration.
Anatoli Isachenko, who will supervise Mogilev Region's agriculture, was born in 1966 in Russia's Bryansk Region.
In 1988 he graduated from the Belarusian Agricultural Academy (Gorki) and worked as a chief engineer at a local farm for some time.
Starting 1997 Isachenko occupied the post of the director of a farm.
In 2002 he joined the local authorities, first as vice chairman of Shklov District Administration, later as vice chairman of the regional committee for agriculture and foodstuffs. In 2004 he became chairman of Kirovsk District Administration, nm in 2005 Isachenko graduated from the Presidential Management Academy.