Sergei Sidorsky

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This name uses Eastern Slavic naming customs; the patronymic is Sergeevich and the family name is Sidorsky.
Sergei Sidorsky
Сяргей Сідорскі
Сергей Сидорский
Sergey Sidorsky, October 2010.jpeg
Prime Minister of Belarus
In office
10 July 2003 – 28 December 2010
President Alexander Lukashenko
Deputy Vladimir Semashko
Preceded by Henadz Navitski
Succeeded by Mikhail Myasnikovich
Personal details
Born Sergei Sergeevich Sidorsky
(1954-03-13) 13 March 1954 (age 60)
Homiel, Soviet Union (now Belarus)
Political party Independent

Sergei Sergeevich Sidorsky[1] (Belarusian: Сярге́й Сярге́евіч Сідо́рскі, tr. Syarhey Syarheyevich Sidorski, [sʲarˈʝej sʲiˈdorsci]; Russian: Серге́й Серге́евич Сидо́рский, tr. Sergey Sergeyevich Sidorskiy; born March 13, 1954 in Homiel, BSSR, Soviet Union) was Prime Minister of Belarus from 10 July 2003 to 28 December 2010. He was appointed Acting Prime Minister on July 10, 2003 to replace the dismissed Gennady Novitsky, and was confirmed as permanent Prime Minister on December 19, 2003.

Biography[edit]

Sergei Sergeevich Sidorsky was born on 13 March 1954 in Homiel. In 1976, he graduated from the Belarusian Institute of Railway Engineers (Faculty of Electrical Engineering). He began his working life as an electrical fitter, electrician.

Career outline[edit]

  • 1976-91: foreman of assembly shop, head of laboratory, head of department, deputy director at Homiel Radio Equipment Plant
  • 1991-92: director, Homiel Radio Equipment Plant
  • 1992-98: general manager, Research and Production Association RATON, Homiel
  • 1998-2001: deputy chairman, first deputy chairman, Homiel Voblast Administration
  • 2001-02: Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus
  • 2002-03: First Deputy Prime Minister, Acting Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus
  • December 2003–December 2010: Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus

Sidorski has the title of Honoured Workman of the Industry of the Republic of Belarus. He is Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Academician at the International Engineering Academy. He is an expert in vacuum-plasma technologies and author of more than 40 scientific publications and monographs.

Personal life[edit]

Sidorsky is married and has two daughters. He speaks German.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PRIME MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS". Government of Belarus. Retrieved 27 December 2009. 

External links[edit]

Political offices
Preceded by
Henadz Navitski
Prime Minister of Belarus
2003–2010
Succeeded by
Mikhail Myasnikovich