MOSCOW, Nov 5 First Deputy Head of Department passed away construction of the city of Moscow, the former first deputy mayor of Moscow Pyotr Aksenov, said the president of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vladimir Platonov.
Aksenov was 76 years old. Pyotr Nikolaevich’s work biography was connected with Moscow, he gave our city more than half a century of life, having gone a glorious path from a worker at a construction site to the head of entire industries of a huge metropolis, a skillful and wise leader,” said Platonov, whose words are quoted in the MCCI Telegram channel.
He also noted that the modern residential areas of the capital, new social and industrial facilities, parks and highways built under his leadership will forever be associated with the name of Aksenov.
“A high professional, long-term friend and partner of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Petr Nikolayevich has always been for us a model of human modesty, decency and high professionalism. The Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry deeply mourns and offers deep condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Petr Nikolayevich Aksenov”, – added Platonov.
Condolences were also expressed in the capital's construction department.
“We express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Pyotr Nikolayevich. Together with you we grieve and grieve this loss. Over the long years of serving Moscow, Pyotr Nikolayevich did a lot to ensure that to make the life of the townspeople better. Until the last day, a great professional and experienced builder was engaged in the implementation of the most important projects for the city,” Rafik Zagrutdinov, head of the construction department, is quoted as saying.
Petr Aksenov was born on August 25, 1946. He has served as First Deputy Head of the Moscow City Construction Department since April 2011, and in the past was the prefect of the Southern and South-Western administrative districts. From 2002 to 2007, he was First Deputy Mayor of Moscow and Head of the Municipal Economy Complex. He was awarded a number of state and city awards, among which – the order “For Merit to the Fatherland” of the fourth degree.