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Dmitry Rogozin

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Dmitry Rogozin

Russian diplomat and politician, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia, vice-premier of Russian Government in charge of defense industry add

Category: Politics

Born in 1963.

Countries: Russia (80%), Europe (8%), United States (4%)

Main connections: Izhmash, Sergey Glazyev, Duma

Linked to: Soviet Union, Great Russia, National Bolshevik Party, Russian Party of Life

 

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Dmitry Rogozin was born in 1963 add something


1986

He graduated from Moscow State University in 1986 with a degree in journalism and in 1988 graduated with another degree in economics add something


1993

Sergey Glazyev - Elected to the State Duma as a member of the Democratic Party of Russia in 1993 where he would first associate with the likes of his then-friend, and later bitter rival, Dmitry Rogozin, he resigned from office before his first four-year term was complete, as he had been named economic security advisor for the Federation Council of Russia and head of the Council's analytical department


1996

In 1996 he got a PhD in philosophy add something


1997

Rogozin was elected to the State Duma as a deputy from Voronezh city in 1997 and became a vocal activist for protection of rights of ethnic Russians in former Soviet Union republics add something


1999

Rogozin was re-elected to the State Duma in 1999 and subsequently appointed the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, drawing a lot of media attention and a share of criticism for some of his flamboyant public remarks add something


2002

In 2002 he was appointed a Special Representative of Russian president to deal with Kaliningrad problems that have arosen due to Baltic states joining the European Union add something


2003

After the breakthrough in 2003 elections, Rogozin became involved in power struggle with Rodina's other co-chairman Glazyev, who kept socialist views add something

 

Alexander Babakov - He was elected to the Russian State Duma in 2003 and became party leader of Rodina in March 2006 following the surprise resignation of Dmitry Rogozin

 

Marat Gelman - From March to October 2003, he worked in the election staff of Sergey Glazyev and Dmitry Rogozin coalition Rodina


2006

In early 2006, at Rodina's congress, Rogozin was appeared to resign as party leader add something

 

As of November 2006 he has been the Chairman of the revived Congress of Russian Communities add something

 

Great Russia (political party) - According to Dmitry Rogozin, he came up with the idea of using the tiger as the party's logo upon learning that the animal's population had increased in 2006 for the first time in recorded history


2007

Because Russian authorities had not registered Great Russia, the party could not contest 2007's Russian State Duma election add something

 

He remained an ordinary member of the Duma until the following election in 2007 add something

 

In April 2007 he announced that he may support the formation of the Great Russia Party, in conjunction with the Movement Against Illegal Immigration add something


2008

The party said it may consider supporting the candidacy of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko for the Presidency of Russia in 2008, a move which was unconstitutional because Lukashenko is not a Russian citizen add something

 

In January 2008, he became Russia's ambassador to NATO, until December 2011 add something


2011

On 18 February 2011 Russian President Dmitry Medvedev appointed Dmitry Rogozin as a Special Representative on anti-missile defence and negotiations with NATO countries on this issue add something

 

On 23 December 2011 Dmitry Rogozin was appointed deputy premier of Russian Government in charge of defense and space industry add something


2012

Kalashnikov Concern - In November 2012 Dmitry Rogozin proposed to merge Izhmash with Izhevsk Mechanical Plant under the new name "Kalashnikov"

 

Izhmash - In November 2012 Dmitry Rogozin proposed to merge Izhmash with Izhevsk Mechanical Plant under the new name "Kalashnikov"

 

Izhmash - In November 2012 Dmitry Rogozin proposed to merge Izhmash with Izhevsk Mechanical Plant under the new name "Kalashnikov"


2013

United Rocket and Space Corporation - In announcing the new corporation in August 2013, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said "the failure-prone space sector is so troubled that it needs state supervision to overcome its problems


2014

On March 17, 2014, the next day after the Crimean status referendum, Rogozin became one of the first seven persons who were put by President Obama under executive sanctions add something

 

On May 10, 2014, he started a diplomatic conflict between Romania and Russia after Romania allegedly restricted its airspace to him add something

 

In October 2014, Rogozin wrote a foreword for a book titled "Alaska Betrayed and Sold: The History of a Palace Conspiracy" by Ivan Mironov add something


2017

On 2 August 2017 he was declared "persona non grata" by the Government of Moldova add something


2018

In May 2018, Putin selected Rogozin to be the head of Roscosmos, the Russian state space agency for two decades after the early 1990s and, in the past few years, transformed by Rogozin from a state agency into a state corporation add something

 

In May 2018, he became the head of the Russian state space corporation Roscosmos add something

 

Russian Federal Space Agency - The current director since May 2018 is Dmitry Rogozin