Rogozin Dmitry

Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
The Russian Government

Born December 21, 1963 in Moscow, into the family of Oleg Rogozin, a prominent organiser of the Soviet defence industry and military science.
Education
1986: Graduated with distinction from the International Department of the Journalism Faculty at the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
1988: Graduated with distinction from the Economic Faculty of the Marxism-Leninism University of the Moscow City Committee of the Soviet Communist Party.
Experience
1990-1994: Vice President of the Research and Educational Organisation RAU-Corporation.
1994-1997: Chairman of the Executive Committee of the International Congress of Russian Communities.
1997-2007: Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of three convocations; Deputy Chairman of the Security Committee; Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee; Head of the Delegation of the Russian Federal Assembly in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe; Head of the Rodina (Motherland) Parliamentary Party and Deputy Speaker of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly.
1998: Taught a special course, National Security, at the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces.
2002-2004: Special Presidential Representative for the Kaliningrad Region on the Expansion of the European Union.
2008-2011: Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in Brussels, Belgium.
February 2011 – 2012: Special Presidential Representative on Anti-Missile Defence and Negotiations with NATO Countries on This Issue.
December 23, 2011: Appointed Deputy Prime Minister.
March 21, 2012: Appointed Special Presidential Representative for Transdnestria. 
May 21, 2012: Reappointed Deputy Prime Minister by a Presidential Executive Order.
From January 17, 2012: Heads the Government’s Military-Industrial Commission.
From February 15, 2012: First Deputy Chairman of the “Victory” Organising Committee.
From June 26, 2012: Chairman of the Marine Board of the Government.
Holds a DSc (Philosophy and Theories of Wars) degree.
Has written a number of books on military strategy and politics. Served as Editor in Chief of the “War and Peace in Terms and Definitions” Glossary of Military Terminology, which was published in 2004 and 2011.
Received a weapon with a personal inscription engraved on it for ensuring the release of hostages seized by terrorist groups in the Chechen Republic in 1996-1999.
Holds the diplomatic rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.
Married, with a son and two grandsons.

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