Russia’s deputy communications and mass media minister Denis Sverdlov has resigned, according to local press reports.
According to Interfax, citing a communications ministry spokeswoman, Sverdlov, the former head of wireless broadband service provider Yota, decided to step down as a result of a new law that bars Russian federal officials and their family members from holding assets and bank accounts abroad. Sverdlov’s wife owns a property in France.
According to the communications ministry, Sverdlov will remain as an adviser to the minister and will continue to oversee reforms he initiated.
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