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Igor Nikolavic Morozov (R. 1956, Savings-Ryazan) is a Russian political figure, a member of the Federation Council from Ryazan province (since 2012), a candidate for the Governors of Ryazan province (at the 2004 and 2012 elections). Expert in international economic relations, author of a number of scientific works, including a major monograph.Geo-economic realities and securityand booksRisk management in transition“,”.

Born 10 December 1956. In 1978, the Moscow Higher General Command School of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR completed with distinctions, in 1988, the Red name Yu. V. Andropov Institute of the KGB USSR. From 1997 to 1999, postgraduate studies at the Academy of Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. 1978-1994 - Service at the USSR.

From 1994 to 2000, he worked in various decision-making positions in commercial, investment and banking structures (presiding of the Bank Council, President Holding). Then he went to the public service:

  • Chief Advisor of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation to the CFF (since 2000-2001)
  • Member of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, First Vice-Chairman of the Commission on Information Policy, member of the FM Committee on Financial Markets and Money Treatment (2001-2003)
  • Member of the State Duma from Ryazan province, member of the International Affairs Committee (since 2003-2007)

From May 2009 to September 2012, Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Commonwealth of Independent States, compatriots living abroad and international humanitarian cooperation (Cooperation) from 7 December 2012, member of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation from the executive branch of Ryazan province.

Igor Morozov ran twice in the election of the Governor of Ryazan province and both had real chances of winning. In March 2004, he took part in the Governor ' s elections as an independent candidate, with the support of the One Russia Genes Board. On 14 March, Igor Morozov won the first round of elections with the result of 28, 9 per cent, with the second seat of a member of the State Duma from the RODINA party, Lieutenant General George Spak 23, 5 per cent. However, the second round, which was held on 28 March, was lost, with 53 voters, 5 per cent voters, and 40, 3 per cent for Igor Morosov.

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