- Local elections
- Carier start
- Political activity in Novy Urengoy
- Continuing career growth
- Transition to KhMAO
- Activities at the head of the district
- Awards Komarova
- District Characteristic
In September 2015, parliamentarians of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District - Yugra - voted for the representative of the United Russia party, Natalia Komarova. She remained as governor of the district.
Natalya Komarova was one of three candidates nominated by the Russian president for the post of governor of the Khanty-Mansiysk Okrug-Ugra. During the elections, 28 out of 35 deputies voted for her. But its competitors were out of work. Only 7 votes were received by State Duma representative Serdyuk M., not a single vote was received by acting mayor Savintsev S.
It is worth noting that Natalya Komarova has held the indicated position since 2010. Then she was represented by a resident and approved by the district duma of the region.
The inauguration of the newly elected governor was held on September 13 in Khanty-Mansiysk.
Komarova N. was born in 1955, on October 21, in the Pskov region, in the village of Ulcer Lyadsky area. She is currently married and has 2 daughters.
In 1978, Natalia Komarova received a diploma in economics and construction management, graduating from the Mining and Metallurgical Institute of Communities. She began her career in Ukraine, in the city of Kommunarsk, at the local metallurgical plant. She served as a technician for labor, an economist at the planning and economic department of the UCS.
In 1980 she already lived in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, in the Tyumen Region, in the city of Novy Urengoy. From 1980 to 1988 she worked at the city executive committee as senior inspector and senior economist. After that, her career went up sharply.
Political activity in Novy Urengoy
From 1988 to 1992 was the deputy chairman of the city executive committee Natalia Komarova. Photos from those years are very difficult to find. In the same period, she served as chairman of the planning city commission and was a deputy to the council of the city of New Urengoy.
From 1992 to 1994, Komarova was appointed first deputy head of the city administration. And in 1994, career growth continued. She became the head of the administration of New Urengoy. This position was not her only at that time. She was also a deputy of the State Duma of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region and a deputy of the city Assembly.
In March 1997, Natalia Komarova was elected head of the municipal formation of the city of Novy Urengoy. Her biography continued quite entertaining. She stayed in that position until 2000. In 1998, Komarova became a member of the Council of the Association of Far Eastern and Siberian cities. In addition, she entered the Expert Council, which united the cities of the Far North and the Arctic.
In parallel, she became a member of the board of a specially created Congress dealing with municipalities throughout the Federation.
Natalya Vladimirovna also did not abandon teaching, becoming an associate professor (in 1999) of the social management department at the Yamal Oil and Gas Institute. This educational institution is a branch of the Tyumen State Oil and Gas University.
Continuing career growth
In October 2000, Natalia Komarova received a new position. She became the first deputy governor of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District. In this position, her competence included issues of finance and economics. She was also the chairman of the county Economic Council. She worked as the first deputy Komarov until December 2001.
In December 2001, she was elected deputy of the State Duma of the third convocation in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District in a by-election to replace V. Chernomyrdin who retired to a diplomatic position. In 2003 she became a member of the fourth convocation Duma. At that time, she worked in the Committee, which was responsible for resolving issues of social policy and labor. Since 2004, Natalia Vladimirovna has been the chairperson of the Committee dealing with environmental management and natural resources. She headed it until 2007.
In 2007, she was elected to the State Duma for the third time on the lists of the United Russia party. Also in this fifth convocation, she continues to chair the committee on environmental management and natural resources.
Transition to KhMAO
February 2010 was a turning point. From now on, Natalia Komarova is the governor of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. The photo provides an opportunity to see a strong-willed woman capable of leading the specified region. On February 8, 2010, President Dmitry Medvedev nominated her candidacy, and on February 15, the deputies, meeting at an extraordinary meeting, unanimously voted for her.
Since March 1, 2010 Natalia Vladimirovna headed the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug - Ugra. It is one of the largest oil producing regions in the world. It is the main oil region of the Federation. This district is considered the donor region of Russia.
Natalya Komarova stayed on duty for five years. After the end of the period from 01.03.2015 to election day, she continued to govern the region as an acting governor.
Activities at the head of the district
During the management of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug Natalia Vladimirovna was engaged not only in the performance of her duties. She actively participated in various events in the region.
So, in December 2010, it was Natalya Komarova - the governor of the region - who participated in the opening of the fair “Goods of the Land of Yugorskaya”, which was dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Okrug.
She also in 2012 became a member of the Russian-German raw materials forum. Before that, at the plenary session, Komarova presented a report on the development of the fuel and energy potential of Ugra.
She did not ignore the students. In May 2012 she took part in the May Day celebration, held on the territory of the Khanty-Mansiysk College under the slogan "Hardworking Anthill". In the same month in Pokachi she became a member of the holiday “Kaleidoscope of Childhood”.
Agroindustrial interregional exhibition in September of the same year did not go without it. In October, she participated in the International Natural Gas Exhibition and Conference in London.
The following years were no less intense. In 2013, Komarova participated in the opening of the airport in Yakutia. She also visited the “Soul of the Silver Spring” literary and musical drawing room and the day of entrepreneurial initiative.
Natalya Vladimirovna became the head of the Khanty-Mansky District on the proposal of the President of Russia, which was supported by local deputies. But this is not its only achievement.
In 1998 she was awarded the Order of Friendship. She was awarded this honor for special services to the state, contribution to strengthening cooperation and friendship between nations and many years of conscientious work.
In 1997, she became a laureate in the nomination “Region of Equal Opportunities” at the contest “Woman of Russia-97”.
In 2006, Natalia Komarova was awarded the Order of Honor for many years of work and effective legislative activity.
In addition, she is an honorary worker of the gas industry, environmental protection, fisheries of Russia. She also received the title of honorary resident of New Urengoy. Natalya Vladimirovna was also marked by commemorative insignia. Among them are the “100th anniversary of the establishment of the State Duma in Russia”, the “Parliament of Russia”.
Khanty-Mansiysk region is leading not only in terms of oil production. It is also the first in terms of power generation. In gas production, industrial production and tax revenues in the federal budget system, the district occupies the second place, headed by Natalia Komarova, the governor of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. Her biography allows you to see the emergence of a woman from an ordinary inspector, a senior economist to the head of one of the richest regions of Russia.
There are 6 oil refining and 8 gas processing companies operating on the territory of Ugra. In addition, there is located one of the most powerful electric power complexes.
The volume of construction is also increasing in the region. New houses are put into operation annually. Khanty-Mansiysk Okrug ranked 2nd in the Federation in terms of the number of mortgage loans per 1000 population.
The region continues to grow rapidly. This is facilitated by an extensive network of roads, railways, waterways, and well-established air traffic. This region is export-oriented. If you look at the entire foreign trade turnover, then part of the export in it is 95.6%, and 4.4% comes from imports. Actively supports the introduction of innovative technologies in the region Natalia Komarova - the governor of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug.
Biography and management experience gained over the years allowed Natalia Vladimirovna to lead the region. Under her leadership, the prosperity of the district continued.