Rostislav Khugayev

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Rostislav Khugayev
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Prime Minister of South Ossetia
In office
15 May 2012 20 January 2014
Acting: 26 April 2012 – 15 May 2012
President Leonid Tibilov
Preceded by Vadim Brovtsev
Succeeded by Domenty Kulumbegov (Acting)
Personal details
Born (1951-12-17) 17 December 1951 (age 68)
Mirtgadzhin, South Ossetia
Political party Independent

Rostislav Erastovich Khugayev (Ossetian : Хугаты Ерасты фырт Ростик - Xugatê Érastê fêrt Roštik, Russian : Ростислав Ерастович Хугаев, born 17 December 1951) was the Prime Minister of South Ossetia from April 26, 2012 to January 20, 2014. [1]

Khugayev was born in Mirtgadzhin in Dzau district in the South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast.


Prime Minister Rostislav Erastovich Khugayev
First Deputy Prime Minister of the Government Domenti Sardionovich Kulumbegov
Deputy Prime Minister Alla Aleksandrovna Dzhioyeva
Deputy Prime MinisterGuram Mikhailovich Melkoyev
Minister of Foreign Affairs David Georgievich Sanakoyev
Minister of DefenceValeriy Adamovich Yakhnovets
Minister of Internal AffairsAkhsar Endrikovich Lavoyev
Minister of JusticeMurat Vladimirovich Vanayev
Minister for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Disaster Management Anatoly Ilich Bibilov
Minister of FinanceAza Konstantinovna Habalova
Minister of Economic DevelopmentZalina Yuryevna Hugati
Minister of Education and ScienceMarina Lyudvigovna Chibirova
Minister of CultureMaharbeg Rutenovich Kokoyev
Minister of Health and Social DevelopmentGrigory Stepanovich Kulidzhanov
Minister of AgricultureMairbeg Vladimirovich Guchmazov
Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and UtilitiesEduard Nikolayevich Dzagoev

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Political offices
Preceded by
Vadim Brovtsev
Prime Minister of South Ossetia
Succeeded by
Domenty Kulumbegov