Oleg Korolyov

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Oleg Petrovich Korolyov
Олег Петрович Королёв
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Governor of Lipetsk Oblast
In office
April 12, 1998 – incumbent
Preceded by Mikhail Narolin
Personal details
Born (1952-02-23) February 23, 1952 (age 66)
Terbuny, Lipetsk Oblast, RSFSR, USSR
Nationality Russian
Political party United Russia
Alma mater Saratov State Agrarian University
Profession Mechanical Engineer
Website http://olegkorolev.ru/

Oleg Petrovich Korolyov (Russian: Олег Петрович Королёв) is a Russian politician. Since 1998, he has served as the head of administration of Lipetsk Oblast in Russia. [1] He became a member of the federation council in 1996. He was elected with a declared result of more than 70% of the votes cast. He was reelected with a declared result of more than 70% of the votes cast in 2002. His administration has garnered praise for the authorities' treatment of its Jewish minority. Korolev met with chief rabbi of Lipetsk Shaul Adam on February 2, 2006; the rabbi reported on local radio that there had been no Antisemitic incidents in Lipetsk Oblast. [2]

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