Mikhail Krotov

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Mikhail Valentinovich Krotov (in Russian: Михаил Валентинович Кротов, born March 14, 1963, in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Russian lawyer, businessman and official.

On April 28, 1995, he was elected Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Baltic Sea Steamship Company. On October 2, 1995, as the Chairman Ivan Lushchinsky had been shot dead, Krotov became the Chairman of its Board of Directors and held this position until summer 1996.[citation needed]

In 2005, he was a First Deputy Director General of the Gazprom Media holding.

Since November 7, 2005, he has been President Vladimir Putin's Envoy to the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Mikhail Mityukov
Presidential Envoy to the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation
November 7, 2005–present