Viktor Trufanov

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Viktor Trufanov
Виктор Труфанов
Head of the Russian Coast Guard
Incumbent
Assumed office
2006
Preceded by Vyacheslav Serzhanin
Personal details
Born (1952-12-06) 6 December 1952 (age 61)
Borovsky, Kazakh SSR (now Kazakhstan)
Alma mater Dzerzhinsky KGB Higher School

General-Colonel Viktor Trofimovich Trufanov (Russian: Виктор Трофимович Труфанов) is the Head of the Coast Guard Department of the Border Service of the Federal Security Service of Russia (since 2006).

Biography[edit]

He was born in December 6, 1952 in the village of Borovsky in the Borovsky District of the Kustanai region, Kazakhstan.

In 1974 Trufanov graduated from Alma-Ata Higher Command School of the KGB Border Guard under the Council of Ministers of the USSR. In 1984 he finished the KGB Dzerzhinsky Higher School.

From 1974 to 2003 he served in the KGB of and in the Russian FSB.

In 2003 Trufanov was appointed as a deputy head of the Border Services of the Russian Federal Security Service.[1]

Viktor Trufanov is married with one daughter.

Awards[edit]

His state awards:

and series of departmental awards and commemorative.

Footnotes[edit]