President, Republic of Tatarstan
Rustam Minnikhanov was born on March 1, 1957 in the Novyi Arysh village of the Rybno-Slobodsky District in the Tatar ASSR.
He graduated from Kazan Agricultural Institute in 1978 as mechanical engineer and from Correspondence Institute of Soviet Trade (Moscow) as a commodity expert in 1986.
He is a doctor of economic sciences.
1978-1980 – Engineer in the Saby District Association of Selkhoztekhnika
1980-1983 – Senior engineer and chief power engineer in the Saby timber industry enterprise
1983-1985 – Deputy chairman of the District Consumer Society Board
1985-1990 – Chairman of the District Consumer Society Board in the Arsk District
1990-1992 – Chairman of the Arsk District Executive Committee
1992-1993 – First deputy head of the Arsk District Administration
1993-1996 – Head of the Vysokaya Gora District
1996-1998 – Minister of finance of the Republic of Tatarstan
In 1998, Rustam Minnikhanov was appointed Prime Minister of the Republic of Tatarstan
From March 25, 2010 – President of the Republic of Tatarstan
Order of Friendship (2002);
Order of Services to Motherland 4th class (2007);
Order of Services to the Republic of Tatarstan (2007);
Medal in memory of the 300th Anniversary of Saint Petersburg (2003);
Medal in memory of the 1000th Anniversary of Kazan (2005);
Medal to mark the three billionth ton of oil in Tatarstan (2007);
Gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation (2008);
Laureate of the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation in the field of science and technology (2009);
Certificate of Honor of the President of the Russian Federation (2009);
Certificate of Honor of the Government of the Russian Federation (2010);
Gratitude of the of the President of the Russian Federation (2012);
Gratitude of the of the Government of the Russian Federation (2012, 2013);
Order of Honor (2014)
Married, one son.
Keen on motor sport. Honoured Master of Sports.
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