Nazdratenko, Evgeny Ivanovich
Evgeny Ivanovich Nazdratenko (born February 16, 1949, Severo-Kurilsk, Sakhalin Region) is a Russian statesman and politician. Head of the Primorsky Territory Administration from May 24, 1993 to February 6, 2001. Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation from April 30, 2003 to 2004. As of February 2018, he was an advisor to the CSTO secretary, since 2001 he has been living in Moscow.
Born in 1949 in the city of Severo-Kurilsk, Sakhalin Region, in the family of an employee. Russian by nationality.
Education and work
He studied at the MOBU secondary school number 2 of the city of Dalnegorsk. In 1975 he graduated from the Dalnegorsk Industrial College, in 1983 - from the Far Eastern Technological Institute with a degree in economics (correspondence course).
In 1967 he began to work as an electrician-assembler at the Sikhote-Alin Polymetallic Combine. He served in the Navy on the destroyer of the Pacific Fleet (1968-1970). Since 1970 - welder-assembler, 1975-1980 - foreman, mechanic, head of the Bor association (Dalnegorsk), since 1980 - mechanic, deputy chairman of the Vostok prospecting artel.
Since 1983 - chairman of the Vostok artel.
From 1991 to 1993 - President of the Vostok company (Dalnegorsk).
Until 1991, he was a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
Since May 24, 1993 - Head of the Primorsky Territory Administration. Elected People's Deputy of the Russian Federation (1990-1993), was a member of the Industrial Union faction and the Reform Coalition.
On December 12, 1993, he was elected a deputy of the Federation Council of the first convocation. In May 1995, he became the head of the Primorsk branch of the Our Home - Russia block. On December 17, 1995, he was elected governor of the Primorsky Territory. Since January 1996, as governor, he was a member of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, was a member of the Committee on Security and Defense. On December 19, 1999, he was re-elected governor of the Primorsky Territory, receiving the support of 70% of the voters who took part in the voting. On February 6, 2001, he resigned from the post of governor. The statement of resignation was preceded by a telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin, who called Nazdratenko in the intensive care unit of the Primorsky Regional Hospital No. 1, where the head of the region was hospitalized due to suspicion of infa