Pavel Borodin

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Pavel Pavlovich Borodin (Russian: Павел Павлович Бородин) (born 25 October 1946 ) is a Russian official and politician.

Born in the town of Shakhunya, near the city of Nizhny (Formerly known as Gorky during Soviet times) in the Nizhny Novgorod Region. Shortly after his birth the family moved to the city of Kyzyl in the Tuva Region, which is situated in the far south of Siberia.

From 1993–2000 he was Head of the Presidential Property Management Department of the Russian Federation .

Since 2000 he has been the State Secretary of the Union of Russia and Belarus.

In 2001 he was arrested in New York for money-laundering. Later he was released on bond of five million Swiss francs. In 2002 his case was closed and the bond was returned while further details are not disclosed.[1]

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  • Order of Merit for the Fatherland, 2nd class (3 October 1996) - for outstanding services to the state and many years of diligent work
  • Order of Francisc Skarina (Belarus)
  • Order of Friendship of Peoples (Belarus) (11 December 2006) - for his great personal contribution to the development of comprehensive cooperation between Belarus and the Russian Federation, strengthening the Belarusian-Russian friendship
  • Order of Merit (Moldova) (18 October 2001)
  • Diploma of the Government of the Russian Federation (23 October 2006) - for services to the state and the contribution to the development and strengthening of Russian-Belarusian relations
  • Order of Honour (21 November 2011) - for his contribution to the establishment and development of the Union State and the expansion of Russian-Belarusian cooperation
  • Order "For Services to the Motherland", 3rd class[citation needed] (October 25, 2011 Belarus)
  • Order of Merit (Transnistria, October 18, 2001) [5]
  • Diploma of the Russian Federation (23 October 2006) - for services to the state and personal contribution to the development and strengthening of Russian-Belarusian relations [6]
  • State Prize of the Russian Federation - for the Restoration of the Kremlin (1996)
  • Honoured Worker of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
  • Honorary Citizen of the City of London (2009)

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