Evgeny Sergeevich Moskvichev (65), Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Transport and Development of Transport Infrastructure. He worked at the Bryansk production motor transport enterprise “ASU-perevozki”, TPO “Bryanskavtotrans”. Headed the Department of Passenger Transport of Bryansk. He held the positions of Deputy Head of the Department of Road Transport, Head of the Department of Automobile and Electric Passenger Transport, Deputy Director, Director of the Department of State Policy in the Field of Roads, Road Transport and Urban Passenger Transport of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. He was the Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia.
He was elected to the State Duma of the VI and VII convocations.
Since 2009, Evgeny Moskvichev has been the head of the Association of International Road Carriers.
Nikolay Ivanovich Ryzhkov (93), member of the Federation Council Committee on Federal Structure, Regional Policy, Local Self-Government and Northern Affairs. He held the positions of First Deputy Minister of Heavy and Transport Engineering of the USSR, First Deputy Chairman of the State Planning Commission under the Council of Ministers of the USSR. He was the secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU. Headed the Council of Ministers of the USSR.
He was elected to the State Duma of the II and III convocations.
Since September 2003, he has been representing the executive body of state power of the Belgorod Region in the Federation Council.
Nikolai Ryzhkov is the author of six inventions in the field of welding and metallurgy, a number of monographs and scientific papers in the field of mechanical engineering, economics and management, as well as the books Perestroika: A Series of Betrayals, Ten Years of Great Upheavals, Reflections on the Past, Present and Future ” and etc.
Sergei Pavlovich Tsekov (69 years old), member of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs. He worked as a surgeon in the Crimean hospitals. He was elected a people’s deputy of Ukraine, a deputy of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Crimea. He headed the Crimean parliament. He was the Deputy Chairman of the State Council – the Parliament of the Republic of Crimea.
Since March 2014, he has been representing the legislative (representative) body of state power of the Republic of Crimea in the Federation Council.
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Vladimir Ilyich Tolstoy (60 years old), adviser to the President of the Russian Federation. Worked at the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. For about 20 years, he held the position of General Director of the State Memorial and Natural Reserve “Museum-estate of L.N. Tolstoy “Yasnaya Polyana”
In May 2012, he was appointed Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation.
Alexander Mikhailovich Osipov (53 years old), Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory. He worked in the Federal Tax Service of the Russian Federation, in large Russian manufacturing, energy and financial companies. He was vice-president, chairman of the expert council of the all-Russian public organization “Business Russia”. He served as First Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East.
In October 2018, Alexander Osipov was appointed Acting Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory by decree of the President of the Russian Federation. On September 8, 2019, he won the election of the head of the region. 89.61% of voters voted for him.
Louis Arce (59 years old), President of Bolivia. More than 20 years he worked in the Central Bank of the country. He served as Minister of Economy.
In October 2020, he won the presidential elections in Bolivia.
Milos Zeman (78 years old), President of the Czech Republic. He was elected a member of the Parliament of Czechoslovakia, and after the division of the country into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, he became a member of the Czech Parliament. In 1996-1998 he headed the Chamber of Deputies (lower house of parliament). He served as prime minister of the country.
In January 2013, Milos Zeman was elected President of the Czech Republic, and in January 2018 he was re-elected for a second term.
Author of the books How I Wrong in Politics, The Rise and Fall of Czech Social Democracy, and several others.
Sheikh Hasina Wazed, Prime Minister of Bangladesh. Leader of the centre-left Awami League party. She was the organizer of mass protests against the rule of the country’s president, General Hussein Muhammad Ershad, which led to his removal from power. She served as Prime Minister of Bangladesh from 1996-2001. In January 2009, Sheikh Hasina Wazed headed the country’s government for the second time.
Author of over 10 books on the socio-political problems of Bangladesh.
Ana Brnabic, Prime Minister of Serbia. She worked in the Serbian Information Center, in consulting companies under the auspices of the US Agency for International Development, in the American company Continental Wind Serbia. Headed the Ministry of State and Local Self-Government. In June 2017, she was appointed Prime Minister of Serbia.
Sergei Pavlovich Roldugin (71 years old), Russian cellist and conductor. People’s Artist of the Russian Federation. He was an artist of the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Leningrad Philharmonic. D.D. Shostakovich, soloist and guest conductor of the Mariinsky Theatre. He served as rector of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov.
Since 2006, at the initiative of the musician, the St. Petersburg House of Music was created. Sergei Roldugin became its artistic director.
Alexander Sergeevich Ivanchenkov (82 years old), pilot-cosmonaut of the USSR. Twice Hero of the Soviet Union. He worked in the design bureau of Sergei Korolev, where he participated in the development of new spacecraft.
In 1973 he was enlisted in the cosmonaut corps. Alexander Ivanchenkov made two space flights with a total duration of 147 days 12 hours 38 minutes 24 seconds and one spacewalk (2 hours 20 minutes).
After leaving the cosmonaut corps, Alexander Sergeevich continued to work in the design bureau of NPO Energia.
Vasily Aleksandrovich Sukhomlinsky (1918-1970), Soviet teacher. Member of the Great Patriotic War. The creator of the original pedagogical system, which is based on the recognition of the child’s personality as the highest value of the educational process. The teacher built the learning process as a joyful work, paying great attention to the formation of the worldview of students.
Vasily Sukhomlinsky is the author of about 30 books and over 500 articles on the upbringing and education of young people.
Boris Efimovich Efimov (1900-2008), Soviet and Russian cartoonist. His works were published in Rabochaya Gazeta, Pravda, Izvestia, magazines Krokodil, Ogonyok and many other publications. The heroes of Efimov’s cartoons were: Chamberlain, Hitler, Mussolini, Truman, Goering, Churchill and other Western politicians. Some cartoons evoked such a violent reaction from the characters depicted on them that it came to diplomatic protests.
During the Second World War, the artist participated in the TASS Windows project, and in the post-war years he was the editor-in-chief of the Agitplakat association.