List of Ministers of Interior of Russia

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This is a list of Ministers of Internal Affairs of Russia.

Russian Empire[edit]

Minister Term of Office Emperor
Kochubey Viktor Pavlovich.jpg Viktor Kochubey 8 September 1802 24 November 1807 Alexander I
Alexey Borisovich Kurakin Vigée-Lebrun.jpg Prince
Aleksey Kurakin
24 November 1807 31 March 1810
Osip kozodavlev.jpg Osip Kozodavlev 31 March 1810 24 June 1819
Golytsin AN.jpg Prince
Alexander Golitsin
24 June 1819 4 November 1819
Kochubey Viktor Pavlovich.jpg Viktor Kochubey 4 November 1819 28 June 1823
Balthasar Campenhausen.jpg Baron
Baltazar Kampengauzen
28 June 1823 29 August 1823
Lanskoy Vasily Sergeevich.jpg Vasily Lanskoy 29 August 1823 19 April 1828
Nicholas I
Zakrevskiy Arseniy Andreevich.jpg Count
Arseny Zakrevsky
19 April 1828 19 November 1831
Bludov 1872.jpg Count
Dmitry Bludov
12 February 1832 15 February 1839
Alexander Grigorevich Stroganov.jpg Count
Alexander Stroganov
10 March 1839 23 September 1841
Count Lev Alekseevich Perovski.jpg Count
Lev Perovsky
23 September 1841 30 August 1852
Бибиков Дмитрий Гаврилович, 1850-е.jpg Dmitry Bibikov 30 August 1852 20 August 1855
Alexander II
Lanskoy Sergei (1787-1862).jpg Sergey Lanskoy 20 August 1855 23 April 1861
Valuyev.jpg Pyotr Valuev 23 April 1861 9 March 1868
Timashev ae.jpg Alexander Timashev 9 March 1868 27 November 1878
Makov Lev (1830-1883).jpg Lev Makov 27 November 1878 6 August 1880
LorisMelikov Aivazovsky.jpg Count
Mikhail Loris-Melikov
6 August 1880 4 May 1881
Alexander III
General Nikolay Ignatev.jpg Nikolay Ignatyev 4 May 1881 30 May 1882
Dmitry Andreevich Tolstoy.jpg Count
Dmitry Tolstoy
30 May 1882 25 April 1889
DurnovoIN.jpg Ivan Durnovo 28 April 1889 15 October 1895
Nicholas II
Ivan Logginovitch Goremykin, c. 1906 (cropped).jpg Ivan Goremykin 15 October 1895 20 October 1899
DS Sipyagin.jpg Dmitry Sipyagin 20 October 1899 2 April 1902
Vyacheslav Pleve.jpg Vyacheslav von Plehve 4 April 1902 15 July 1904
Petr Dmitrievich Svyatopolk-Mirskiy.jpg Prince
Pyotr Sviatopolk-Mirsky
26 August 1904 18 January 1905
Alexander Bulygin.jpg Alexander Bulygin 20 January 1905 22 October 1905
Piotr Nikolayevich Durnovo.jpg Pyotr Durnovo 23 October 1905 22 April 1906
Pyotr Stolypin LOC 07327.jpg Pyotr Stolypin 26 April 1906 5 September 1911
Alexandr Makarov.jpg Alexander Makarov 20 September 1911 16 December 1912
Maklakov N.A. 1914 K.Bulla..jpg Nikolay Maklakov 16 December 1912 5 June 1915
Scherbatov Nikolay Borisovich.jpg Prince
Nikolay Shcherbatov
5 June 1915 26 September 1915
Alexei Khvostov.jpg Alexey Khvostov 26 September 1915 3 March 1916
Штюрмер Б. (Новгородская область).jpg Boris Stürmer 3 March 1916 7 July 1916
Aleksandr Khvostov.jpg Alexander Khvostov 7 July 1916 16 September 1916
Protopopov A D 1913 by K.Bulla.jpg Alexander Protopopov 16 September 1916 28 February 1917

Provisional Government/Russian Republic[edit]

Minister Party Term of Office Prime Minister
Georgy Lvov, 1919 LOC cropped.jpg Prince
Georgy Lvov
Constitutional Democratic Party 15 March 1917 20 July 1917 Georgy Lvov
Irakly Tsereteli.jpg Irakli Tsereteli Social Democratic Labour Party
(Menshevik)
23 July 1917 6 August 1917 Alexander Kerensky
Nikolay Avksentyev.jpg Nikolai Avksentiev Socialist Revolutionary Party 7 August 1917 15 September 1917
Nikitin AM.jpg Alexey Nikitin Social Democratic Labour Party
(Menshevik)
15 September 1917 7 November 1917

Russian SFSR[edit]

1917—1930[edit]

Minister Party Term of Office Head of State
Rykov Alexei.jpg Alexei Rykov Social Democratic Labour Party
(Bolshevik)
8 November 1917 17 November 1917 Lev Kamenev
Grigory Petrovsky, 2.jpg Grigory Petrovsky Communist Party 17 November 1917 30 March 1919
Yakov Sverdlov
Mikhail Vladimirsky
Bundesarchiv Bild 102-00032, Felix Dzierzynski.jpg Felix Dzerzhinsky Communist Party 30 March 1919 6 July 1923 Mikhail Kalinin
Beloborodov.jpg Alexander Beloborodov Communist Party 30 August 1923 3 December 1927
Coat of arms of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1956-1978).svg Vladimir Tolmachyov Communist Party 2 January 1928 15 December 1930

1955—1966[edit]

Minister Party Term of Office Head of State
Coat of arms of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1956-1978).svg Nikolay Stakhanov Communist Party 22 February 1955 21 July 1961 Mikhail Tarasov
Nikolay Ignatov
Nikolay Organov
Coat of arms of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1956-1978).svg Vadim Tikunov Communist Party 21 July 1961 17 September 1966
Nikolay Ignatov

1989—1992[edit]

Minister Party Term of Office Head of State
Coat of arms of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.svg Vasily Trushin Communist Party 27 October 1989 September 1990 Vitaly Vorotnikov
Boris Yeltsin
Coat of arms of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.svg Viktor Barannikov Independent 8 September 1990 13 September 1991
Coat of arms of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.svg Andrey Dunayev Communist Party 13 September 1991 15 January 1992

Russian Federation[edit]

Minister Party Rank Term of Office President
Coat of arms of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.svg Viktor Yerin Independent General of the army 15 January 1992 30 June 1995 Boris Yeltsin
Anatoly Kulikov 2018.jpg Anatoly Kulikov Independent General of the army 7 July 1995 23 March 1998
Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation.svg Pavel Maslov
(acting)
Independent Colonel general 23 March 1998 30 March 1998
Krievijas Revīzijas palātas priekšsēdētājs (4187361112).jpg Sergei Stepashin Independent Colonel general 30 March 1998 12 May 1999
Vladimir Abdualievich Vasiliev, April 2014 (cropped).jpg Vladimir Vasilyev
(acting)
Independent Colonel general 12 May 1999 21 May 1999
Vladimir Borisovich Rushailo.jpg Vladimir Rushailo Independent Colonel general 21 May 1999 28 March 2001
Vladimir Putin
Boris Gryzlov 2006.jpg Boris Gryzlov United Russia None 28 March 2001 24 December 2003
Rashid Nurgaliev.jpeg Rashid Nurgaliyev United Russia General of the army 24 December 2003 21 May 2012
Dmitry Medvedev
Vladimir Kolokoltsev 2018.jpg Vladimir Kolokoltsev United Russia General of the police 21 May 2012 Incumbent Vladimir Putin

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