|2nd & 4th President of Russia|
7 May 2012
|Prime Minister||Viktor Zubkov
|Preceded by||Dmitry Medvedev|
7 May 2000 – 7 May 2008
Acting: 31 December 1999 – 7 May 2000
|Prime Minister||Mikhail Kasyanov
|Preceded by||Boris Yeltsin|
|Succeeded by||Dmitry Medvedev|
|Prime Minister of Russia|
8 May 2008 – 7 May 2012
|Preceded by||Viktor Zubkov|
|Succeeded by||Dmitry Medvedev|
9 August 1999 – 7 May 2000
Acting: 9 August 1999 – 16 August 1999
|Preceded by||Sergei Stepashin|
|Succeeded by||Mikhail Kasyanov|
|Leader of United Russia|
1 January 2008 – 30 May 2012
|Preceded by||Boris Gryzlov|
|Succeeded by||Dmitry Medvedev|
|Secretary of the Security Council|
9 March 1999 – 9 August 1999
|Preceded by||Nikolay Bordyuzha|
|Succeeded by||Sergei Ivanov|
|Director of the Federal Security Service|
25 July 1998 – 29 March 1999
|Preceded by||Nikolay Kovalyov|
|Succeeded by||Nikolai Patrushev|
|Born||Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin
7 October 1952
Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
(now Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)
|Political party||Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1975–91)
Our Home-Russia (1995–99)
Independent (1991–95; 2001–08)
United Russia (2008–present)
|People’s Front (2011–present)|
|Spouse(s)||Lyudmila Shkrebneva (m. 1983; div. 2014)|
|Children||Mariya (born 1985)
Yekaterina (born 1986)
|Alma mater||Leningrad State University|
|Awards||Order of Honour|
|Years of service||1975–1991|
Vladimir Putin was born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad to Vladimir Putin and Maria Shelomova, Both guardian met in Pominovo and later got hitched at 17 years old. His dad took part in the war. In the 1950s, he filled in as a security monitor and later as a foreman at the carriage works. Vladimir Putin’s mom, Maria Shelomova, was an exceptionally kind, altruistic individual.
“We lived essentially – cabbage soup, cutlets, hotcakes, yet on Sundays and occasions my Mom would heat exceptionally flavorful stuffed buns [pirozhki] with cabbage, meat and rice, and curd tarts [vatrushki],” Mr Vladimir Putin says.
His mom did not endorse of his choice to do judo. “Each time I went to a practice session, she would protest, ‘He’s set for his battles again.'” Things changed after Vladimir Putin’s mentor went to his home and enlightened his guardians regarding what he did and what he accomplished; the family’s demeanor toward this game changed.
After the war, the Putin family moved into a room in a shared flat [kommunalka], in a normal St Petersburg dwelling house on Baskov Lane. Vladimir Putin reviews, “It was a building with a well-like yard. Fifth floor. No lift. Prior to the war [World War II], my guardians possessed portion of the house in Peterhof and were extremely pleased with the living models they had accomplished then. It wasn’t generally much, however it appeared like an extreme dream to them.”
In 1960-1968, Vladimir Putin went to Primary School No. 193 in Leningrad. After the eighth grade, he entered High School No. 281, a science centered magnet school under the aegis of an innovation institute, completing his studies there in 1970.
From first and eighth grade, Vladimir Putin learned at School No. 193. As he reviews, he was a troublemaker, not a Pioneer.
His educator, Vera Gurevich, reviews, “In the fifth grade, despite everything he hadn’t got himself yet, however I could feel the potential, the vitality and the character in him. I saw that he had a lot of interest in dialect; he lifted it up effectively. He had a decent memory and a nimble mind.
I thought, something cooperative attitude happen to this kid, so I chose to give him more consideration, to divert him from the young men in the city.”
Until the 6th grade, Vladimir Putin was not extremely interested in studying, but rather his educator Vera Gurevich saw that he could improve and get higher evaluations.
She met with his dad asking him to influence his child. It didn’t help much, yet Vladimir Putin himself drastically changed his demeanor toward his studies when he was in the 6th grade.
Mr Vladimir Putin notes, “Different needs were emerging. I was asserting myself through games, achieving something. There were new objectives, as well. Most likely, this had a tremendous impact.”
In the 6th grade, Vladimir Putin concluded that he expected to accomplish something in life, so he started getting decent evaluations, which came effectively to him. He was permitted to join the Young Pioneers association, and very quickly turned into the leader of a Pioneer separation in his class.
In 1970, Vladimir Putin turned into an understudy of law office at Leningrad State University, earning his degree in 1975. In the late 1970s and mid 1980s, Mr Vladimir Putin learned at KGB School No. 1 in Moscow.
Indeed, even before he finished school, Vladimir Putin needed to work in intelligence. He went to an open gathering office of the KGB Directorate to find out how to end up an intelligence officer. There, he was informed that to start with, he would need to either serve in the army or complete school, ideally with a degree in law.
“Also, from that minute, I started preparing myself to enter the law office at Leningrad State University,” Mr Putin notes.
In 1970, Vladimir Putin was admitted to law office at Leningrad State University. “We had a class of 100 individuals, and just 10 of them entered promptly after secondary school, the rest had effectively finished military administration. So for us, the secondary school graduates, stand out of 40 was conceded. I got four out of five for the article, yet good grades for everything else, so I passed.”
In the wake of graduating from Leningrad State University, Vladimir Putin was doled out to work in the state security offices. “My impression of the KGB depended on the optimistic stories I found out about intelligence.”
He was initially appointed to the Directorate secretariat, then the counterintelligence division, where he worked for around five months. A large portion of a year later, he was sent to operations staff retraining courses.
Mr Vladimir Putin spent an additional six months working in the counterintelligence division.
That was the point at which he drew consideration from outside intelligence officers. “Decently fast, I cleared out for uncommon training in Moscow, where I put in a year. At that point I returned again to Leningrad, worked there in the First Main Directorate – the intelligence administration. That directorate had branches in significant urban areas of the Soviet Union, including Leningrad. I worked there for around four and a half years.”
At that point Mr Vladimir Putin returned again to Moscow to learn at the Andropov Red Banner Institute, where he was trained for his outing to Germany.
Having finished his learns at the Andropov Institute, Vladimir Putin left for East Germany in 1985 and worked there until 1990. Be that as it may, before he exited, another real occasion in his life occurred.
Vladimir Putin met Lyudmila Shkrebneva through a shared companion. Lyudmila acted as a flight orderly on household airlines and had come to Leningrad for three days with a companion.
In 1985, preceding their flight for Germany, Vladimir and Lyudmila Putin respected their first little girl, Maria. Their second little girl, Katerina, was conceived in 1986, in Dresden.
Both young ladies were named out of appreciation for their grandmas, Maria Putina and Yekaterina Shkrebneva.
According to their mom, Lyudmila, Mr Vladimir Putin cherishes his little girls all that much. “Not all fathers are as loving with their youngsters as he may be. Also, he has constantly ruined them, while I was the person who needed to discipline them,” she says.
In 1985-1990, Vladimir Putin worked in East Germany. He served at the neighborhood intelligence office in Dresden. Through the span of his administration, he was elevated to the rank of lieutenant colonel and to the position of senior partner to the leader of the office. In 1989, he was granted the bronze award issued in the German Democratic Republic, For Faithful Service to the National People’s Army.
Subsequent to returning to Leningrad from Germany in 1990, Vladimir Putin got to be aide to the minister of Leningrad State University responsible for international relations. In 1996, he and his family moved to Moscow, where his political vocation started.
Subsequent to returning to Leningrad from Dresden in 1990, Vladimir Putin discovered new employment as partner to the minister of Leningrad State University, in which position he was in charge of international relations. “I was cheerful to find work at Leningrad State University,” he later reviewed. “I accepted the employment hoping in the meantime to compose my Ph.D. proposal and, maybe, remain focused work there a short time later. That was the manner by which I wound up, in 1990, becoming partner to the minister accountable for international relations.”
Before long he additionally turned into a guide to the administrator of the Leningrad City Council.
Starting in June 1991, Vladimir Putin started function as Chairman of the Committee for International Relations at the St Petersburg City Hall, and from 1994, simultaneously held the position of Deputy Chairman of the St Petersburg City Government.
In the wake of starting work at the City Hall, Vladimir Putin sent in his abdication from the KGB.
In 1996, Vladimir Putin moved with his family to Moscow, where he was offered the post of Deputy Chief of the Presidential Property Management Directorate. “I would not say that I didn’t care for Moscow, but rather basically that I enjoyed St Petersburg more. Be that as it may, Moscow was clearly an European city,” Putin reviewed.
His profession rise was quick. In March 1997, he was appointed Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office and Chief of Main Control Directorate. Occupied with work as he seemed to be, despite everything he discovered time to protect his doctoral theory on financial matters at the St Petersburg State Mining Institute. In May 1998, Vladimir Putin was made First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office, and in July 1998, he was appointed Director of the Federal Security Service. From March 1999, he additionally held the position of Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.
In August 1999, Vladimir Putin was appointed Prime Minister of the Russian Government. The post was offered to him by then President Boris Yeltsin.
In a matter of seconds before the New Year of 2000 came in, President of Russia Boris Yeltsin suggested that Vladimir Putin get to be Acting President.
Vladimir Putin was chosen President of Russia on March 26, 2000, and was re-chosen to a second term on March 14, 2004. On May 8, 2008, he was appointed Prime Minister by presidential official request.
Vladimir Putin was chosen President of Russia on March 26, 2000. He was formally inaugurated on May 7, 2000.
In his inauguration discourse he said, “We have normal points, we need our Russia to be a free, prosperous, flourishing, solid and edified nation, a nation that its nationals are pleased with and that is regarded internationally.” He included that he would be guided singularly by the interests of the state. “Maybe it won’t be conceivable to stay away from errors, however what I can guarantee and what I do guarantee is that I will work transparently and genuinely”, Vladimir Putin said.
Vladimir Putin was re-chosen to a second presidential term on March 14, 2004. In his Address to the Federal Assembly on May 26, 2004, Putin said, “Our objectives are clear. We need high living gauges and a protected, free and agreeable life for the nation. We need a full grown vote based system and a created common society. We need to fortify Russia’s place on the planet. Be that as it may, our main objective, I rehash, is to bring around a perceptible ascent in our kin’s thriving.
On May 8, 2008, Vladimir Putin was appointed Russian Prime Minister by presidential executive order.
Individuals are at the focal point of the Prime Minister’s consideration. Putin said that the powers must draw their backing singularly from the Russian individuals, and if this backing is missing, the powers have no spot in force. In November 2011, Vladimir Putin was nominated as contender for Russian president.
Vladimir Putin took the reproduction of homes and remuneration for casualties of the out of control fires in the late spring of 2010 under his own control.
Vladimir Putin is a dynamic supporter of measures to add to the farming area. “Regulated, we are becoming undeniable bosses of our own nourishment and horticultural markets. This is the consequence of our work to add to the nation’s agrarian division, and is the obvious product of the diligent work put in by our grain cultivators, domesticated animals agriculturists, and processing organizations,” he said.
The representatives at the second round of United Russia’s twelfth gathering congress affirmed Vladimir Putin as their competitor in the 2012 presidential decision.
Vladimir Putin was chosen President of Russia on March 4, 2012.