Stanislav Belkovsky

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Stanislav Belkovsky

Stanislav Alexandrovich Belkovsky (Russian: Станисла́в Алекса́ндрович Белко́вский, born 7 February 1971, Moscow, USSR) is a Russian political analyst and communication specialist. He is a founder and director of the National Strategy Institute.

Belkovsky commented on a variety of political issues, including Russian oligarchs, such as Mikhail Khodorkovsky[1] [2][3][4] He published his sensational allegations about Putin's personal wealth, according to which Putin "controls a 4.5% stake in Gazprom, 37% in Surgutneftegaz" as well as 50% in the oil-trading company Gunvor run by his close friend Gennady Timchenko. He authored the journalistic cliché "Puting" (Путинг), derived from the name of Russia's president since 2000 Vladimir Putin, to denote the process of renationalisation of Russia's oil industry assets.[5]


  1. ^ Blomfield, Adrian (December 21, 2007). "$40bn Putin 'is now Europe's richest man'". The Daily Telegraph (London). Retrieved May 24, 2010. 
  2. ^ Атака на «ЮКОС» — тезис о пересмотре итогов приватизации прозвучал // Radio Liberty July 30, 2003
  3. ^ Jonas Bernstein (November 19, 2007). "STANISLAV BELKOVSKY: PUTIN WILL LEAVE POWER COMPLETELY". The Jamestown Foundation. Archived from the original on 2007-11-21. Retrieved 2007-12-06. 
  4. ^ Quiring, Von Manfred (12 November 2007). "Warum Putin gar nicht Präsident bleiben will". Die Welt. Retrieved 2007-12-04. 
  5. ^ О.Виноградова. Путинг в действии

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