Alexander Grigoryev

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This entry is about a Russian security services official. For other persons with this name, see Alexander Grigoriev (disambiguation).

Alexander Andreyevich Grigoryev (in Russian: Александр Андреевич Григорьев, b. October 4, 1949, in Leningrad, Soviet Union - December 10, 2008[1]) was a Russian security services official.

In 1975–2001 he served in the KGB and its successors. As a KGB officer he also took part in Soviet war in Afghanistan. From August 28 till October 1, 1998 he led the Economic Security Department of FSB. From October 1, 1998, till January 5, 2001, he was the Chief of the FSB Directorate of Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Oblast and Deputy Director of FSB. In January – July 2001 he was an adviser to FSB Director Nikolai Patrushev. Since July 19, 2001 he has been the Director General of the State Reserves Agency (Gosrezerv).

Political offices
Preceded by
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Chief of the Economic Security Department of FSB
August 28 – October 1, 1998
Succeeded by
Nikolay Patrushev
Preceded by
Viktor Cherkesov
Chief of the FSB Directorate of Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Oblast
October 1, 1998 – January 5, 2001
Succeeded by
Sergei Smirnov
Preceded by
Igor Yusufov
Director General of the State Reserves Agency (Gosrezerv)
July 19, 2001 – December 10, 2008
Succeeded by
Boris Evstratikov

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