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President of the Russian Paralympic Committee

Президент ПКР

Lukin Vladimir Petrovich

 

Date of birth: July 13, 1937.

Place of birth: Omsk.

 

Work place and current position

President of the Russian Paralympic Committee (was elected unanimously in 1997, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018)

 

Education

In 1959, he graduated from the Department of History of the Moscow State Pedagogical Institute named after Vladimir Lenin. Dr. of History, Professor. He speaks fluently English, French and Spanish.

 

Career

  • From 1959 to 1960 - he worked as research officer of State Historical Museum of the USSR, 1960-61 – Museum of Revolution of the USSR.

  • From 1961 to 1964 – he postgraduate in Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Science.

  • From 1964 to 1965 – he was a research officer of the IMEMO.

  • From 1965 to 1968 – he was senior secretary of Czechoslovak editors office of “Problems of World and Socialism” magazine.

  • From 1968 to 1987 – Vladimir Lukin was a head of Far East Policy Sector of Institute of USA and Canada of the Russian Academy of Science.

  • From 1987 to 1989 – he was a Head of Department of Pacific and Southeastern Asian Countries of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR.

  • In 1989 – he was a deputy head of Department of Assessment and Planning of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR.

  • From 1989 to 1990 – Vladimir Lukin was a head of analytics and forecasting panel of Secretariat of Supreme Soviet of the USSR.

  • In 1990, he was elected as people’s deputy of RSFSR at the 9th Podolsk National Territorial District (Moscow Region), run for “Democratic Russia”. At the suggestion of Valentin Fedorov he was elected as member of Supreme Soviet of the USSR under quota of Sakhalin. Member of Constitutional Commission.

  • In June 1990, he was elected as the Chairman of International Relation Committee of Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR. Work on preparation of new international agreements with former Soviet republics. At the beginning of the 1992, his Committee raised a question about status of Crimean peninsula.

  • From February 1992 to September 1993 – Vladimir Lukin was a Russian Ambassador to the United Stated of America.

  • From May 1992, he was permanent observer of Russia at the Organization of American States (OAS). Co-Chairman of Friendship Society “USSR-India”

  • In 1991, he was Chairman of Soviet National Committee on Asian Pacific Cooperation. During the First election campaign for State Duma together with G. Yavlinskiy and Y. Boldyrev headed election cooperation (Yavlinsky-Boldyrev-Lukin”. After victory, he entered the “Yabloko” Party and chaired International Relations Committee of State Duma.

  • In December 17, 1995, he was elected as deputy of the 2nd State Duma, Yabloko List. Head of International Relations Committee of State Duma.

  • In December 19, 1999, he was elected as deputy of the 3rd State Duma, Yabloko List. Member of the Committee on non-governmental organizations and religious organizations, vice-speaker of State Duma.

  • In February 2004, President Vladimir Putin nominated Vladimir Lukin for Ombudsman of the Russia. On 13 February, 2004. State Duma approved him for its position.

  • In January 2009, President Dmitry Medvedev again nominated Vladimir Lukin for Ombudsman of the Russia. State Duma approved him for its position.

  

Public activities

  • Since 2016 – he is a deputy head of the Council of the International affairs Committee, representative on behalf of executive authority from Tver Region.

  • Since 2013 – he is a Head of inter – departmental Commission for Development of Physical Culture and Sports of the Council under President of the Russian Federation for the development of Physical Culture.

  • Member of the Council under President of the Russian Federation for the development of Physical Culture.

 

Honors

  • “The Order of Merit for the Motherland” (2014) 3rd class.

  • “The Order of Merit for the Motherland” (1998) 4th class.

  • Order of the Badge of Honor.

  • Medal of Merit for the Chechen Republic (2007).

  • Certificate of Gratitude of the President of Russian Federation (1997).

  • Certificate of Gratitude of the President of Russian Federation (2003).

  • Medal of Nikolay Ozerov for propaganda of physical culture and sport (2016).

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