|1st Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Moldavian SSR|
2 August 1940 –17 April 1945
|Succeeded by||Nicolae Coval|
|Born||13 August 1898|
Khoroshoe,Yekaterinoslav Governorate,Russian Empire (now Khoroshe,Alchevsk Raion,Luhansk Oblast,Ukraine)
|Died||20 January 1957 58) (aged|
Chișinău,Moldavian SSR,Soviet Union
|Political party||Communist Party 2|
|1.Piotr Borodin and Nikita Salogor were first secretaries of the Communist Party of Moldova.|
Tihon Konstantinov (13 August 1898 –20 January 1957)was a Moldavian SSR and Ukrainian SSR politician.
Konstantinov was born in the village Khoroshoe of Pavlograd uyezd,Yekaterinoslav Governorate. The village was located by the Samara river,while next to the village there was the estate Dobrenkoe.
In the 1938–1940,he was a chairman of the council in the Moldavian ASSR in Tiraspol and a people's deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of the Ukrainian SSR.
Tihon Konstantinov was the prime minister of Moldavian SSR (2 August 1940 –17 April 1945) (in exile in Russian SFSR from June 1941 until August 1944). The exact name was Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars.
During his mandate as prime minister,Piotr Borodin and Nikita Salogor were first secretaries of the Communist Party of Moldova.
The history of Moldova can be traced to the 1350s,when the Principality of Moldavia,the medieval precursor of modern Moldova and Romania,was founded. The principality was a vassal of the Ottoman Empire from 1538 until the 19th century. In 1812,following one of several Russian-Turkish wars,the eastern half of the principality,Bessarabia,was annexed by the Russian Empire. In 1918,Bessarabia briefly became independent as the Moldavian Democratic Republic and,following the decision of the Parliament,united with Romania. During the Second World War it was occupied by the Soviet Union which reclaimed it from Romania. It joined the Union as the Moldavian ASSR,until the dissolution of the USSR. In 1991 the country declared independence as the Republic of Moldova.
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