Arkady Volsky

Arkady Ivanovich Volsky
Arkady Ivanovich Volsky (15 May 1932 – 9 September 2006) was a Russian politician and businessman.wikipedia
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Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs

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He was founder and the first head of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP).
Arkady Volsky founded the Union in 1991 and headed it until 2005.

Silayev's Government

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In August 1991 after Gorbachev resigned from office, Volsky became deputy prime minister in the cabinet headed by Prime Minister Ivan Silayev for operative management of the USSR economy.

Ivan Silayev

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In August 1991 after Gorbachev resigned from office, Volsky became deputy prime minister in the cabinet headed by Prime Minister Ivan Silayev for operative management of the USSR economy.
With the central government's authority greatly weakened, Gorbachev established a four-man committee, led by Silayev, that included Grigory Yavlinsky, Arkady Volsky, and Yuri Luzhkov, to elect a new Cabinet of Ministers.

General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

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He served as a senior aide to three Soviet General Secretaries, including Mikhail Gorbachev.

Mikhail Gorbachev

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He served as a senior aide to three Soviet General Secretaries, including Mikhail Gorbachev.

Dobrush

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Volsky was born in Dobrush (now Belarus), on 15 May 1932.

Belarus

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Volsky was born in Dobrush (now Belarus), on 15 May 1932.

National University of Science and Technology MISiS (Russia)

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He studied metallurgy at Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys and graduated with an engineering degree in 1955.

Moscow

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After graduation, Volsky started his career as an assistant foreman at Likhachyov car plant in Moscow.

Yuri Andropov

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His first post of advisor was in 1983 for then Soviet General Secretary Yuri Andropov concerning economic affairs.

Konstantin Chernenko

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He continued to served as an assistant on economic affairs to next General Secretary Konstantin Chernenko.

Politburo of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

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On 24 July 1988, Volsky was named as the representative of the Politburo in the Karabakh province or governor of the province.

Republic of Artsakh

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On 24 July 1988, Volsky was named as the representative of the Politburo in the Karabakh province or governor of the province.

Nagorno-Karabakh

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On 12 January 1989, Gorbachev appointed him head of an eight-member committee of special administration for Nagorny Karabakh.

1990 Russian Supreme Soviet election

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In the 1990 elections, Volsky ran for a parliamentary seat, but he lost the election.

Alexander Yakovlev (Russian politician)

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In July 1991, Volsky and other prominent politicians such as Aleksandr Yakovlev, Eduard Shevardnadze, Gavriil Popov and Anatoly Sobchak issued a declaration in order to create a movement for democratic reforms.

Eduard Shevardnadze

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In July 1991, Volsky and other prominent politicians such as Aleksandr Yakovlev, Eduard Shevardnadze, Gavriil Popov and Anatoly Sobchak issued a declaration in order to create a movement for democratic reforms.

Gavriil Kharitonovich Popov

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In July 1991, Volsky and other prominent politicians such as Aleksandr Yakovlev, Eduard Shevardnadze, Gavriil Popov and Anatoly Sobchak issued a declaration in order to create a movement for democratic reforms.

Anatoly Sobchak

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In July 1991, Volsky and other prominent politicians such as Aleksandr Yakovlev, Eduard Shevardnadze, Gavriil Popov and Anatoly Sobchak issued a declaration in order to create a movement for democratic reforms.

Alexander Rutskoy

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The bloc was made up the People's Party of Free Russia led by Alexander Rutskoi, the Socialist Party of the Working People, the Union for Revival of Russia, the Social Democratic Centre headed by Oleg Rumyantsev, and the RSPP and Democratic Reform Movement, both led by Volsky.

Viktor Chernomyrdin

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In June 1995, Volsky was appointed by prime minister Viktor S. Chernomyrdin as deputy head of the peace mission for the conflict in the Chechen Republic.

Chechnya

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In June 1995, Volsky was appointed by prime minister Viktor S. Chernomyrdin as deputy head of the peace mission for the conflict in the Chechen Republic.

Dzhokhar Dudayev

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Volsky met the Chechen President Dzhokar M. Dudayev at his mountain hide-out near Grozny in July 1995.

Grozny

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Volsky met the Chechen President Dzhokar M. Dudayev at his mountain hide-out near Grozny in July 1995.