Vladimir Putin is the President of Russia. He was born on October 7, 1952, in St. Petersburg, Russia. His father’s name was Vladimiripis Radanovich is Putin and his mother’s name is Maria Ivanovna Shelomobweva. His mother was a factory worker. From 1960 to 68, he attended 193 Basketball Lane Primary School. He then entered high school at No. 281 and became interested in sports such as sambo and judo.
Education of Vladimir Putin
In 1970, he joined the law department of Leningrad University as a student. He joined the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and met with a Russian political politician. He completed his thesis on ‘International Law and the Trade of the Nation’ and graduated from the University in 1975. After graduating from law school, he became a government intelligence officer. At the beginning of 1980, he was trained in “KGB School No. 1”. He served in the KFGK Agency’s Directorate Secretariat and later in the Intelligence Unit, and sent to the Red Banner for training on the KGB ready to return to Germany.
Putin’s career before entering politics
From 1985 to 1990, he was a secret agent in Dresden, East Germany. Vladimir’s hard work gave him the rank of lieutenant colonel, eventually becoming the senior intelligence chief of intelligence. In 1990, he returned to Leningrad and appointed Rector of International Relations at Leningrad State University. He chaired the International Relations Committee. In 1991, Petersburg City Hall and a few years later, St. Petersburg City Council was elected vice president. As soon as I joined City Hall. He was the KGB. Resigned from his post.
In 1996, he and his family moved to Moscow, where he appointed deputy head of the Presidential Property Management Board. The following year he joined the position of Deputy Chief of Staff and Chief Executive Director of the Presidential Executive Office. In 1998, he became the first deputy chief of staff for the Presidential Executive Office and joined the Office of the Director of the Federal Security Service. The following year he became Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.
Putin’s political career
In 1999, the-Russian President Boris Yeltsin elected Prime Minister of Russia. By the end of the year, the then-president had refused to nominate Putin as his successor. He elected President of Russia in March 2000 and served for a second time since his re-election in 2004. He was not eligible to run for the third consecutive year under the Russian Constitution. So in 2008, Dmitry Medvedev contested the presidency and won the election. Medvedev extended Putin’s prime ministerial post in Russia for four or six years in 2011.
In 2012, Putin again won the presidential election by 64%. In 2018, he was re-elected for the fourth consecutive year. He received 76% of the votes and will continue in office until 2024. In 2011, he was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Belgrade. He was elected president of Russia for the fourth time.
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