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Vladislav Surkov

Vladislav Yuryevich Surkov (b. September 21, 1964 in Solntsevo, Lipetsk Oblast, Soviet Union, or Shali, Checheno-Ingush ASSR, Soviet Union), is a Russian businessman and politician. Currently he is a First Deputy Chief of Staff of the President of the Russian Federation and a top aide to Vladimir Putin. Vladislav Surkov is widely seen as the main ideologist of the Kremlin. Allegedly he contributed greatly to the electoral victory of Vladimir Putin in 2004. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Vladislav Surkov to inspect restoration works in South Ossetia
2014-06-23
An adviser to Russian president Vladislav Surkov came to South Ossetia with a two-day working visit. During his visit he intends to see the objects restored within the investment program. In the evening Surkov held a meeting with President Leonid Tibilov.
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  1. New Parliament in Breakaway S.Ossetia Elects Speaker

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Russia and Ukraine Ratchet up, ratchet down
2014-06-19
... Ukraine to join the fight and giving political cover to separatist leaders like Denis Pushilin and Alexander Boroday, who have been in Moscow for meetings with key figures, including Vladislav Surkov, a longtime master of political sorcery close to ...
(The Economist)

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    In Russian protege Abkhazia, a cautionary tale for Crimea
    2014-06-06
    At the height of the crisis, Vladislav Surkov, a close aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin, visited Abkhazia and held several meetings with Ankvab and the opposition, urging them - successfully, as it turned out - to avoid bloodshed. Although the ...
    (Reuters UK)

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      In Russian protege Abkhazia, a cautionary tale for Crimea
      2014-06-06
      At the height of the crisis, Vladislav Surkov, a close aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin, visited Abkhazia and held several meetings with Ankvab and the opposition, urging them - successfully, as it turned out - to avoid bloodshed. Although the ...
      (www.worldbulletin.net)

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        Exit Alexander Ankvab
        2014-06-04
        Russia, which is Abkhazia's chief sponsor, patron and protector, was quick to respond, sending a presidential aide, Vladislav Surkov, to mediate on May 28th. But the political opposition, which disagrees on many things apart from hatred of Mr Ankvab ...
        (The Economist (blog))

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          Russian Islamic leader: Putin being drawn into Abkhazia conflict
          2014-06-02
          Heidar Jemal, a prominent Muslim leader and thinker in Russia, said the recent protests in Abkhazia occured after Russian former deputy prime minister Vladislav Surkov's Abkhazia visit. Jemal reminded that Surkov had visited Ukraine before the ongoing ...
          (www.worldbulletin.net)
          1. Abkhaz opposition positively assesses Russia's role in settling political ...
          2. Abkhazia leader under pressure to resign in anti-corruption protest
          3. Has Moscow Endorsed Ouster Of Abkhazia's De Facto President?

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          Russia expresses concern about Abkhazia unrest
          2014-05-28
          Russian media said Vladislav Surkov, a longtime aide to President Vladimir Putin, held talks with Ankvab on Wednesday in a town outside Sukhumi and also met opposition leaders. The Kremlin could not immediately be reached for comment. After the war ...
          (Reuters UK)
          1. Kremlin Envoy Continues Talks with Abkhaz Govt, Opposition
          2. Abkhazia's PM does not exclude possibility of government resignation
          3. Abkhazia leader under pressure to resign

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          Putin crafts blueprint for 21st century warfare
          2014-05-08
          The Kremlin's approach might be called “non-linear war,” a term used in a short story written by one of Vladimir Putin's closest political advisers, Vladislav Surkov, which was published just a few days before the annexation of Crimea. Surkov is ...
          (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

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            Punishing Putin over Ukraine: Just who are the targets of Canada's Russia ...
            2014-05-01
            These include chief of staff Sergei Ivanov, foreign policy adviser Yury Ushakov, and close aide Vladislav Surkov, whom some have described as the mastermind behind the Crimean annexation. Military commanders. Canada has largely left the Russian ...
            (Windsor Star)

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