Oleg Lobov


Oleg Lobov

Oleg Ivanovich Lobov (Russian: Олег Иванович Лобов) (born 7 September 1937 in Kiev) is a Russian politician who served as acting First Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic) from 19th April 1991 - 15th November 1991 and also was acting Chairman of the Council of Ministers – Government of the Russian SFSR from 26 September 1991 - 6 November 1991, shortly before the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

Until 17 March 1997 Lobov has served in various capacities in Russian state and government bodies. His last position was Deputy Head of the Government of the Russian Federation. As of October 2010, Lobov is the chairman of the non-governmental Association for International Cooperation and participates in various construction-related associations and unions.[1]

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Education

Candidate of Technical Sciences (Ph. D) degree. Graduated from Rostov Institute of Engineers of Railway Transport (1960).

Career

1960 - 1972 Employed in chemistry and construction industries in Sverdlovsk. Occupied various posts in Sverdlovsk Communist Party of the Soviet Union), where Boris Yeltsin has made a party career, rising up to the regional party head. Then worked in construction, returned to 'party work' (партийная работа) definitively since 1982.

Controversies

In 1991–1995 Lobov actively helped Aum Shinrikyo, a Japanese new religious movement, in establishment of their operations in Russia. According to allegations made in the United States Senate in 1995, Lobov's relationship with Aum began in December 1991 and continued through 1995. Lobov was accused of receiving cash advances from Aum and regularly meeting with Aum executive Kiyohide Hakawa. Lobov allegedly met with Shoko Asahara in Japan and arranged Asahara's own visit to Russia in 1992.[2][3]

Business activity

Established two business entities - Rinco (РИНКО) and ZentrEKOMASH (ЦЕНТР ЭНЕРГОМАШ).

Awards

Medal "Defender of the Free Russia" (August 5, 1994) - for execution of citizen duty during the defence of democracy and constitutional order/system/regime (конституционный строй) at 19-21 August 1991, large input towards realization (проведения в жизнь - literally: incarnation) of democratic transformation, fortifying friendship and collaboration between nations.

Distinguished construction worker of RSFSR (РСФСР - Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic).

Russian Federation Government Award in Science and Technology (2000).

Footnotes

  1. ^ Oleg Lobov. Biography (in Russian). Association for International Cooperation. Retrieved October 31, 2010.
  2. ^ Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, pt. VI.
  3. ^ Frost, pp. 39-40.

References

Political offices
Preceded by
Ivan Silayev
Prime Minister of Russia
1991
Succeeded by
Yegor Gaidar
Preceded by
Yevgeny Shaposhnikov
Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation
1993 - 1996
Succeeded by
Alexander Lebed



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