Aleksandr G. Avdeiko was born on October 9, 1958 in Yarmolintsy Village of the Khmelnitsky Region. Studied at secondary schools of Moscow and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. In 1980 graduated from the Khabarovsk State Institute for Physical Education, then served at the Armed Forces, worked at the Kamchatsk Regional Council of Dynamo All-Union Physical and Sports Society, the District and Regional Committees of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League in the Kamchatsk Region.
In 1987 started his service in the Ministry of Internal Affairs. After completion of Kiev Advanced Training of the USSR MIA in 1988 held different positions at the Internal Affairs Administration of the Kamchatsk Region Executive Committee. At the same time finished Khabarovsk Higher School of the USSR MIA in 1994.
In 1997 graduated with “gold medal” from the MIA Academy of Management. Was sent to the Law Administration of the General Staff of the MIA of Russia, where held positions of officer for special commissions, Chief of the Legal Reporting Division, Deputy Chief of the Administration and Law Division, Chief of the Regional Law Division, Deputy Chief of the Law Department of the General Administration for Legal Work and External Communication of the MIA of Russia, Chief of the Bylaw Administration of the MIA General Law Department.
In April 2004 was appointed Deputy Chief of the MIA General Law Department, then MIA Law Department. From August 2008 – First Deputy Chief of the MIA Law Department.
From July 2011 acted as Chief of the MIA Treaty and Law Department.
On December 17, 2011 Aleksandr G. Avdeiko was appointed Chief of the MIA Treaty and Law Department by Presidential Decree.
Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation.
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