|Aslan Aliyevich Dzharimov
Джарымэ Аслъан Алые ыкъор
Аслан Алиевич Джаримов
|1st President of Adyghe Republic|
5 January 1992 – 8 February 2002
|Preceded by||Position established|
|Succeeded by||Hazret Sovmen|
May 17, 1936 |
Koshekhablsky District, Adyghe Autonomous Oblast, RSFSR, USSR
|Political party||Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1969-1991)|
|Children||Angela Dzharimova, Bela Dzharimova|
|Awards|| Order of Merit for the Fatherland
Order of Friendship
Order of the Badge of Honour
Order of Honour and Glory of Abkhazia
Aslan Aliyevich Dzharimov (Adyghe: Джарымэ Аслъан Алые ыкъор [d͡ʒaːrəjma aːsɬaːn aːləjja əqʷar]; Russian: Аслан Алиевич Джаримов) is a Russian and Adyghe politician who served as the President of the Adyghe Republic from 1992 to 2002.
He graduated from the Agronomy Faculty of the Kuban State Agrarian University in 1964, post-graduate degree in agricultural economics in 1968, ANI of the Central Committee in 1985, Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Doctor of Economics .
He is married and has two daughters. His wife is Fatima (born in 1947), and his daughters are: Angela (b. 1968) and Bela (b. 1975).
He was a dedicated supporter of sports and he is a Master in Sambo. He gained a champion of the Russian Federation of Sambo in 2000 and he became the world champion in Sambo among veterans in the weight category of over 100 kilograms.
|President of the Republic of Adygea
17 January 1992 – 8 February 2002
- Richmond, Walter (2008). The Northwest Caucasus: Past, Present, Future. Routledge. p. 146. ISBN 978-1134002498.
- Russian Administrative divisions at world statesmen.org
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