Vasily Likhachyov

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Vasily Nikolayevich Likhachyov
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Permanent Representative from Russian Federation in European Communities
In office
5 May1998 11 March 2003
Preceded byIvan Silaev
Succeeded by Mikhail Fradkov
Chair of the National Council of Tatarstan Republic
In office
1 March 1995 27 May 1998
Preceded byoffice established
Succeeded byFarid Mukhametshin
Vice-president of Tatarstan Republic
In office
4 July 1991 30 March 1995
Preceded byoffice established
Succeeded byoffice eliminated
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Born
Vasily Nikolayevich Likhachyov

(1952-01-05)5 January 1952
Gorky, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Died8 April 2019(2019-04-08) (aged 67)
Nationality Russian
Spouse(s)Nina F. Likacheva
Education Kazan State University

Vasily Nikolayevich Likhachyov (Russian : Василий Николаевич Лихачёв; 5 January 1952, Gorky – 8 April 2019) [1] was a Russian politician, the Permanent Representative for Russia to the European Council (1998), [2] and Deputy Minister of Justice in Russia. Since 2011 until his death he was a Russian State Duma deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. [3]

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Likhachyov was the son of Nina F. Likacheva and was married to Nailya Imatovna Taktasheva and had two daughters. [4]

Biography

In 1975 he graduated from Kazan State University and obtained a degree of PhD in Law. [5] He was a Fellow of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, an Associate Member of Tatarstan Republic Academy of Sciences. [6]

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In 1978–1988 he was an associate professor in Kazan University. During the period of 1982–1983 he was lecturing in National Law school of Guinea-Bissau Republic. In 1987–1988 he was a lecturer in the University of Madagascar Republic.

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References

  1. Василий Лихачев скончался на 68-м году жизни (in Russian)
  2. "Russian Deputy Minister of Justice V.Likhachev meets senior officials in Brussels". Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the European Union.
  3. "Лихачев Василий Николаевич". Business-online.ru.
  4. Publications, Europa (2003). The International Who's Who 2004. Psychology Press. pp. 1005–1006. ISBN   9781857432176.
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