• Country: Russia
  • State: Samara Region
  • City: g Samara
  • Street, House: ul Eroshevskogo, dom 94
  • Postcode: 443086
  • Site: http://gvs.sam.sudrf.ru
  • Phone: (846)334-20-42
  • Fax: (846)334-09-51
  • Longitude: 50.169067
  • Latitude: 53.20953

Territorial jurisdiction
The Samara Garrison Military Court is located in the city of Samara and serves the Samara, Roshchinsky, Tolyatti and Syzran military garrisons located on the territory of the Samara areas.

Regulations on official (working) time at the Samara Garrison Military Court

  Reception time Days of the week
  start end  
Office (working) hours 9:00 18:00  
Office (working) time 9:00 16:45 Friday
Lunch break 13:00 13:45  
Court leadership meeting 9:00 am 10:00 am Monday

Reception of administrative applications and claims in the Samara Garrison Military Court is carried out according to the following schedule:

Days weeks Reception time
  start end
Monday - Thursday 09:00 18:00
Friday09:00 16:45
Lunch break 13:00 13:45

Writ of execution is issued at the Samara Garrison Military Court according to the following schedule:

Days of the week Reception time
  start end
Monday - -
Tuesday 9:00 12:00
Wednesday 9:00 12:00
Thursday - -
Friday - -

To obtain a writ of execution, you must have the following documents with you:
- a copy of the court decision, as well as appeal (cassation) ruling of higher courts;
- an order;
- an identity document.
Reception of non-resident citizens is carried out during the entire official (working) time.

Schedule of reception of citizens on personal issues

Day of the week Office Reception time
start end
Second Monday of every month No. 3 15:00 17:00
The fourth Monday of each month No. 3 15:00 17:00

Court leadership
Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated 14.10.2019 No. 496 "On the appointment of judges of federal courts and on representatives of the President of the Russian Federation in the qualification boards of judges of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation" by the Deputy Chairman of the Samara garrison military court appointed
Kozachok Sergei Alexandrovich.

Composition of the court

Position name Surname, name, patronymic Office phone number
Chairman   334-20-42
The speech of the chairman of the court Kozachok Sergey Aleksandrovich (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of October 14, 2019 No. 496) (Order of the Chairman of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation of January 18, 2022 No. 90KD/ 3) 334-20-42
Judges Eduard Nikolaevich Abramov (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of February 18, 2002 No. 183) 334-20-42
  Antonov Alexander Mikhailovich (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated December 03, 2012 No. 1603 ) 334-20-42
  Sergey Alexandrovich Sundeev (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of August 18, 2014 No. 570) 334-20-42
  Golenko Maxim Evgenievich (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation resolution dated April 23, 2015 No. 208) 334-20-42
  Denis Olegovich Leshchenko (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated October 15, 2020 No. 627) 334-20-42
Assistant to the Chairman of the Court   334-20-42
Judges' assistants Ekaterina Petrovna Gorkovenko 334-20-42
  Voronova Irina Andreevna
  Shotenko Anton Viktorovich
  Vladislav Olegovich Kovyrzin
Head of the General Department Elshina Olga Pavlovna 334-20-42, fax - 334-09-51
Deputy Heads of the General Department Ishmuratov Denis Evgenyevich 334-20-42, fax - 334-09-51
  Alina V. Buneeva  
Court clerks Yulia Alexandrovna Protsikova 334-20-42
  Daria Dmitrievna Korovina
Murzabaeva Alina Serkbaevna
  Vladimir Alekseevich Borisov
  Polina Alekseevna Kostsova
  Igor Vladimirovich Romadanov
  Vladislav Viktorovich Kuzminsky
Leading Specialist Lubov Alexandrovna Ivanova 334-20-42, fax - 334-09-51
Consultant Galina Kuzmina 334-20-42
Court Administrator Smirnov Yury Viktorovich 334-20-42

Press Secretary of the Office of the Judicial Department in the Samara Region
Chief Specialist for Public Relations and Mass Media
Kalyuzhnaya Elena Vladimirovna
443030, Moscow Samara, st. Sportivnaya, 17
Tel. : (846) 332-80-68
Press Secretary of the Samara Garrison Military Court
Assistant judge Shotenko Anton Viktorovich
443086, Samara, st. Eroshevsky, 94
Tel. : (846) 334-20-42, 334-07-76, fax: 334-09-51

UFK for the Samara Region 21В),
TIN 6316053225,
KPP 631601001,
R/account 40102810545370000036 BRANCH OF SAMARA BANK OF RUSSIA/UFK in the Samara region Samara,
BIC 013601205,
OKTMO 36701330,
>CBK 182 1 08 03010 01 1050 110
Treasury account number 03100643000000014200
PURPOSE OF PAYMENT state duty in cases considered in courts of general jurisdiction

UFK for the Sverdlovsk Region (Military Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Central Military District)
Address: 620137, Yekaterinburg, st. Danila Zvereva, 5>OKTMO: 65701000
UIN "0"
l/s: 04621F23980 Federal Budget Revenue Administrator
Budget Classification Code (KBK): 417 116 03125 01 0000 140 (the highlighted figure - 25 depends on the chapter of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation under which the person is accused)
Purpose of payment: Penalty in a criminal case dated (date) no. . . from the name of the person to whom the fine has been imposed.
VAT is not subject to tax.

UFK in the Samara Region (Department of the Federal Bailiff Service in the Samara Region: 443030, Samara, Uritskogo St., 17 )
Personal account 04421785570
TIN 6316096934
KPP 631101001
Settlement account 03212643000000014200
Cor. account 40102810545370000036 Samara branch of the Bank of Russia//UFK for the Samara region of Samara
BIC 013601205
OKTMO 36701305
KBK 32211302030016000130
Purpose of payment: payment of procedural costs under the UD from (date) No.…. in relation to the name.

STATE DUTIES (for cases considered by the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation)
Budget classification code 182 1 08 03020 01 1000 110.
The beneficiary's bank is the State Bank of the Bank of Russia for Central Federal District.
Account 401 018 100 452 500 100 41.
BIC 044 525 000. TIN and KPP of the recipient of funds - IFTS of Russia No. 4 for Moscow 7704058987/770401001.
UFK recipient in Moscow (IFTS of Russia No. 4 in Moscow, account number 40100770004)
OKTMO code of the municipality 45374000.
In accordance with the Order of the Ministry of Finance of Russia dated September 23, 2015 No. 148n "On Amendments to the Order of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation dated November 12, 2013 No. 107n" from March 28, 2016 for individual payers in the absence of a unique accrual identifier (UIN), an indication of the value of the taxpayer identification number (TIN) in the order for the transfer of funds funds is a must.

Video-conferencing (abbreviated name VKS) is a method of carrying out procedural actions provided for by law, using software and hardware tools for transmitting audio and video information over channels communication with one or more subscribers.
Today, one of the most pressing problems for the judicial system of the Russian Federation is the transportation of convicts in custody to the courthouse for subsequent court hearings. An effective way to solve this problem is the use of a videoconferencing system between the court and the place of detention of the convict. The use of videoconferencing technology does not contradict the law and is regulated by Article 376 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the Russian Federation. Therefore, one of the leading areas of automation of the judicial system of the Russian Federation is the construction of a video-conferencing system between courts and pre-trial detention centers.
The proposed solution allows to ensure the transmission of sound and images with a high level of quality, thereby creating the effect of the presence of the convict in the court session and providing the opportunity for interactive participation in it, reducing the cost of transporting convicts, increasing security and reducing the time for consideration of cases. Modern technologies in the field of multimedia communication allow the collective exchange of audio, video and other digital information.
In addition, according to part 4 of Art. 240 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the Russian Federation, the witness and the victim may be interrogated by the court by using videoconferencing systems.
Thus, in the event of a permanent or prolonged stay of a witness (victim) in the territory of another subject of the Russian Federation and the impossibility of his arrival in the region where the criminal case is being considered in the court of first instance, the court considering the criminal case, if necessary, may decide on interrogation of a witness (victim) by using videoconferencing systems.
In the Samara Garrison Military Court, videoconferencing has been operating since January 2014, since then courtroom No. 1 has been equipped with a videoconferencing system.
When organizing video-conferencing sessions, it is necessary to take into account the time difference between the cities of Russia and Moscow. So, the time difference between the cities of Moscow and Samara is 1 hour (+1 Samara).