Nikolay Bordyuzha

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Nikolay Bordyuzha. Photo by Mikhail Evstafiev

Nikolay Nikolayevich Bordyuzha (Russian: Никола́й Никола́евич Бордю́жа, b. 1949, Oryol) is a Russian general and politician.

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In 1972, he graduated from Perm Military School of the High Command of the Russian Strategic Rocket Forces and later attended KGB intelligence courses in Novosibirsk.

From 1989 to 1991, he was Head of KGB human resources, and from 1992 to 1998 served as First Deputy Chief and later Chief of Russia's Federal Borderguard Service.

On December 7, 1998, he was appointed Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, and also Chief of the Russian presidential administration.[1] He served in this position until March 18, 1999. During this period he was viewed by some analysts as a possible successor to President Boris Yeltsin.

From 1999 to 2003, Bordyuzha served as the Russian ambassador to Denmark.

On April 28, 2003, he was appointed Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, a military pact of Commonwealth of Independent States.

He holds the rank of Colonel General.

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Russian Federation[edit]

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Preceded by
Andrey Kokoshin
Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation
1998 - 1999
Succeeded by
Vladimir Putin
Preceded by
Valentin Yumashev
Chief of the Russian presidential administration
December 7, 1998, – March 1999
Succeeded by
Alexander Voloshin