Aleksey Konstantinovich Pushkov is a Russian politician who has been a senator for Perm Krai since September 29, 2016. He is also former deputy minister of the State Duma and former head of the foreign affairs department of the State Duma. . Russian Parliament. As a member of the United Russia political party in the Federation Council, he chaired the Committee on Information Policy.
|Born||Aleksey Konstantinovich Pushkov, August 10, 1954, Beijing, China|
|Political party||United Russia|
|Children||Daria Alekseevna Pushkova|
|Mother||Margarita Vladimirovna Pushkov (1927-2007)|
|Father||Konstantin Mikhailovich Pushkov (1921-2019)|
|Alma mater||Moscow State Institute of International Relations|
|Preceded by||Igor Shubin|
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Russian politician who is known for his work as a senator representing Perm Krai. He is also known for having served as the chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs and later Deputy of the State Duma.
He attended the Moscow State Institute of International Relations in 1976 and started his career with the United Nations in Geneva. He started his career in politics in 2011 when he served as Deputy of the State Duma.
He is also known for having served as editor-in-chief of the Moscow News Weekly.
He was born in Beijing, China and married Nina Pushkova.
He is known for having worked as a speechwriter for Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev.
- Beijing politicians
- Recipients of the “With Merit to the Fatherland” medal
- Members of the Federation Council (Russia)
- Alumni of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations
- United Russia politicians
- Medal of Honor recipient (Russia)
- Recipients of the Order of Friendship
Latest information about Alexey Pushkov updated on June 14 2021.