Putin’s Biography

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin is a political figure in Russia, the President of the Russian Federation from 2000 to 2008, from May 2008 to May 7, 2012 was the chairman of the government, since May 7, 2012 to the present time he is president of the Russian Federation.

He was born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad. In 1970, Vladimir Putin entered the Leningrad State University Zhdanov, where he studied at the Faculty of Law.

In the biography of Putin after graduation, the service in the State Security Committee began. After serving there for 9 years, Vladimir Vladimirovich continued his studies. After completing the retraining courses in Okhta, then at the KGB Moscow Higher School, Vladimir Putin entered the Kirov Red Banner Institute named after Andropov. After graduation in 1985 in the biography of Vladimir Putin, 5 years were spent in the GDR. Having worked there as the director of the House of Friendship, he returned to Leningrad.

Vladimir Vladimirovich since 1990

worked as an assistant to the rector of Leningrad State University. Then, in 1991, in the mayoralty of St. Petersburg, being chairman of the Committee on External Relations. Six months later, Vladimir Putin was transferred to the current reserve of the KGB as a lieutenant colonel. Later he became deputy prime minister in St. Petersburg. Many members of the future government of Russia at that time worked in the mayor’s office along with Putin: Dmitry Medvedev, Zubkov, Sechin.

Having achieved considerable achievements for St. Petersburg, Vladimir Vladimirovich started working in Moscow in 1996 as deputy manager of the president’s affairs. In a short time he began to be considered one of the most influential political figures in the Kremlin. Then he was appointed deputy head of the presidential administration, and since 1998 the director of the FSB of Russia. A little later, at the same time as this position, he combined the work of the Secretary of the Security Council.

Vladimir Putin defended his Ph. D. thesis of economic and strategic orientation at the State Mining Institute of St. Petersburg.

In August 1999, Vladimir Vladimirovich was appointed acting chairman of the government. Officially, the chairman of the government, Putin was appointed a week later. Boris Yeltsin, after the accusations against the incumbent president and Yeltsin’s departure, Putin on December 31, 1999 became acting president. And after the March elections, Vladimir Putin assumed the post of president.

Putin met several times with a well-known dissident and writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn and “every time he was amazed at how Solzhenitsyn was an organic and convinced statesman, he could oppose the existing regime, disagree with the authorities, but the state was for him a constant”

The result of domestic policy during his reign was the consolidation of the state system, the balancing of the socio-political situation in the country. During the time of Putin’s rule until 2008, there was a significant growth of foreign investments, an increase in the volumes of agricultural crops, livestock products.

Putin’s plan for the post-presidential period became known long before the 2008 elections. The possibility of appointing Prime Minister Putin was made subject to the election of a worthy candidate for the post of president. So on March 2, 2008 Dmitry Medvedev became president, and Putin was appointed chairman of the Russian government.

From 1983 to 2013 he was married to Lyudmila Putin. Two daughters are raised in the family: Maria and Catherine. Both daughters of Putin study at St. Petersburg State University.

Putin’s speeches are laconic, concise, concrete. For the whole biography of Vladimir Putin was awarded many awards, awards and titles. Among them are state, foreign, church, and academic.

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Putin’s Biography