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ALEXANDER BOREIKO
Director of the LTS Program
Navigation and Information Systems

Born in 1969.
Education:
1986-1994 - Moscow Aviation Institute (technical university), Department of Astronautics and Automatic Aircraft (Department of Aerospace). Graduated with honours as a Mechanical Engineer with a specialization in Spacecraft and Upper Stages.
1992-1994 - Institute of Industrial Property and Innovation. Graduated as a Patent Officer.
1996-1998 - Institute for Accounting and Auditing. Graduated as an Economist with a specialization in Finance and Credit.
Professional Activities:
2009-present - Navigation-Information Systems. Director of the LTC Programme.
2007-2009 - M2M Telematics. Executive Director.
2003-2007 - Business Navigator. Head of Financial Services.
2001 - ACEMAT Aerocosmos. Financial Director.
2000-2001 - Tekora. Project Manager.

VLADIMIR CHERTOK
Deputy Head
ROSTRANSNADZOR

Born in 1949.
Graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute in 1972.
From 1972 to 1998, was an engineer, a senior engineer, a senior researcher, a head of laboratory, and then head of department at the State Research Institute of Civil Aviation.
From 1998 to 2002, he was General Director of the Certification Centre for civil aviation search and rescue flights.
From 2002 to 2004, he was Deputy Head of the department of Aviation Safety and Special Flight Support in the Search and Rescue Flights Division of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.
From 2004 to 2005, he was Deputy Head of the Transport Safety Directorate of the Federal Agency for Transport Supervision.
From 2005 to 2006, he was Head of the Transport Safety Directorate of the Federal Agency for Transport Supervision.
From 2006 to 2008, he was Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Transport Supervision.
From 2008 to 2010, he was Deputy Head of the Federal Air Transport Agency.
Since 2010 he has been Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Transport Supervision.
Under Mr Chertok’s leadership a system of supervision and monitoring in the field of transport safety, an integrated duty controller service with the functions of the Centre for management in crisis situations and a coordination centre for aviation safety in the transport industry have been created.
He has been appointed national coordinator for ICAO civil aviation safety checks in the Russian Federation.
He is an expert in the ICAO working group on aviation safety.

VICTOR DOSENKO
Vice-President
INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT ACADEMY

Born in 1947.
Graduated from the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute of Communications. He has 28 years of experience working in transport systems.
He began his career on 13 August 1962 at the Susuman Mechanical Repair Factory in the Magadan Region.
From 1971 to 1973, he attended the University of Marxism-Leninism.
From November 1978 until 1989, Mr Dosenko served as Chairman of the Trade Union Committee and Deputy Head of the Lenavtodor Production Association, which carried out construction and repairs of roads in the Leningrad Region.
From December 1989 to 1994, he was Director of an educational facility in Pavlovsk (Leningrad) that trained experts in all levels of road management in the Russian Federation.
Since July 1995, he has been Deputy Head of the Italian engineering company SPEA, which has carried out a number of international projects within the framework of World Bank and TACIS loans.
Since March 1999, Mr Dosenko has worked as Head of General Representatives at the International Transport Academy.
Since 11 March 2005, he has been General Director of the Business Development Foundation.
In 2006, Mr Dosenko was elected First Vice-President of the International Transport Academy.
He is a full member and scholar of the International Transport Academy.
He has been awarded the title of “Honorary Road-Worker of the Russian Federation”.
A number of special edition publications have been carried out under Mr Dosenko’s leadership, including: “Roads. Swedish Regulations of the 1990s” and “White Paper - European Transport Politics to 2010: Decision Time. Transport is the Most Important Sector and the Driving Force for Integration”.

ALEXEY FOMIN
Deputy General Director
URAL AIRLINES

In 1980, he graduated with distinction from the Navigation Faculty of the Order of Lenin Academy of Civil Aviation (OLACA) and began his flying career as navigator of an Il-18 in Flight Unit 318 of the Sverdlovsk Joint Air Unit. In 1985, after being retired from flying for health reasons, he started working for the Ural Civil Aviation Directorate in its Computer Centre as a lead specialist in the development and application of navigational calculation programmes on the Iskra-226 personal computer. In 1986, he was restored to flying duties as navigator of an An-12. In 1991, he held various posts on the staff of the Sverdlovsk airline, including that of first head of the Foreign Economic Activity Department. From 1992 to 1994, he was a deputy operational director for the Yekaterinburg aviation company SPAER and a representative for this company in Sharja, the UAE.
From 1994 to 1997, he was an assistant head of the Lufthansa representative office in Yekaterinburg (including acting as flight services shift supervisor). From 1998 to 1999, he was an executive director of Chelyabinsk airport. At that time he took part in the “Business for Russia” internship programme for Russian businessmen under the auspices of the US Department of State at Columbia, Greenville and Charlotte airports in the USA.
In November 1999, he joined the Ural Airlines. First he was economics advisor to the general director, and later - a head of the international routes management and sales service. Then he became a deputy commercial director for foreign relations and quality. Since 2008, a deputy general director and a director for quality.

GENNADY EGOROV
GENERAL DIRECTOR
mib

Born in 1966.
Entered the shipbuilding department of the Odessa Institute of Marine Engineers in 1983.
He completed his studies in 1988, graduating with a degree in shipbuilding and shiprepairing.
In 1988, he began working as an engineer in the research sector of the Odessa Institute of Marine Engineers and was subsequently transferred to the post of junior research assistant.
He completed his graduate studies in the department of structural ship mechanics at the Odessa Institute of Marine Engineers in 1992 which he had started in 1989.
In 1993, Mr Yegorov was hired as a researcher at the engineer research sector of the Odessa Institute of Marine Engineers. That same year, he defended his candidate’s thesis on the Development of methods for optimizing the durability of solutions during the operation of vessels, and was later promoted to the position of senior researcher.
In 1994, he was made assistant in the department of structural mechanics and ship design at the Odessa National Maritime University (the new name of the Odessa Institute of Marine Engineers).
Established the Marine Engineering Bureau in 1995, where he remains to this day as general director.
In 2005, he defended his doctoral thesis on methodology for ensuring the reliability and safety of offshore structures in restricted waters. In 2008, he was awarded the title of professor.
As of mid-September 2011, the Maritime Engineering Bureau has completed 56 projects to build a total of 142 marine and river-sea navigation vessels since 2002. A further 10 vessels were completed after launch and 35 ships were on the factory stocks.
Mr Yegorov has published more than 300 scientific papers, including 5 monographs.
He is a member of the International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress (ISSC) and an honorary member of both the British Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) and the American Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME).
He is a member of the Presidium of the Scientific and Technical Council (STC) of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, a member of the Presidium of the STC Russian River Register, and a member of the STC Shipping Register of the Ukraine. Mr Yegorov is also academician of the Transport Academy of the Ukraine and the Academy of Sciences of Shipbuilding of Ukraine.
He has been awarded honourable distinctions.

VLADIMIR ERYGIN
Captain of the Port
FSI NOVOROSSIYSK MARITEME PORT ADMINISTRATION

Born in 1955.
Mr. Erygin began his career at the age of 18. He graduated from the Department of Navigation of the Novorossiysk Higher Engineering Marine College in 1984 with a degree in Marine Navigation. Since 1993, he has been Captain of the Ministry of Merchant Marine fleet. In 1997, Mr. Erygin was appointed Harbourmaster, First Deputy Head of the Novorossiysk Maritime Administration. In 2004 (until April 19), as Habourmaster, he was Head of the Novorossiysk Maritime Administration. He was appointed Head of the Federal State Institution Novorossiysk Seaport with the duties of Harbourmaster on April 19, 2004.

ANDREY GIRIN
SENIOR LEGAL ADVISOR
VOLGA DNEPR

Born in 1981.
Graduated from Ulyanovsk State University in 2003. Studied and worked as an intern in the USA from 2003 to 2007. Since 2008, he has been working for Volga-Dnepr Airlines in the post of senior legal adviser in the legal department. Within the airline he provides legal support for the group monitoring costs for CO2. He is involved in the Ministry of Transport working group for the development of response measures to the EU (in response to the EU ETS).

ALEXEY KLYAVIN
President of Association
ASSOCIATION OF SHIPPING COMPANIES

Born in 1954.
Graduated from the Kaliningrad Higher Naval Engineering College as an engineer-navigator.
Upon graduating in 1978, worked as Third Mate, Second Mate and then Chief Mate aboard ships of the Kaliningrad Administration Marine Transport and Refrigerated Ship Fleet.
From 1990 to 1995, he was the Senior Economist at the USSR Naval Ministry Sovfrakht.
From 1992 to 1996, he was Head of the Sovfrakht Shipping Agency and official representative of the company in Portugal. He was also representative for the Russian Navy in Portugal.
From 1997 to 1998, he was Deputy Head of Shipping Policy at the Shipping Policy Department, and Deputy Head of Shipping Policy at the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.
From 1998 to 2002, he was representative of the Russian Ministry of Transport in Denmark.
From 2003 to 2005, he was Assistant Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation, Head of the Shipping Policy Department, Deputy Director of the Department for State Policy on Rail, Sea and River Transport, and Acting Director of the Department for State Policy on Rail, Sea and River Transport.
From 2006 to 2011, he was Director of the Department for State Policy on Rail, Sea and River Transport.
Since 19 January 2011, he has been President of the Association of Shipping Companies.

ANDREY KUROPYATNIKOV
General Director
MORSVYAZSPUTNIK

In 1992 graduated from the A.F. Mozajsky Military-Space Institute in Saint-Petersburg. In 1993 graduated from the Saint-Petersburg University. In 1997 joined FSUE “Morsviazsputnik”. In March 2011 was appointed Director General of FSUE “Morsviazsputnik”. Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Astronautics.
The PhD degree.

IGOR LEVITIN
Minister
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Born in 1952.
Graduated from the Leningrad Frunze Railway Troops Institute in 1973, and then got a master degree from the Military Academy of Logistics and Transportation in 1983, qualified as a railway transport engineer.
In 1970 joined the Soviet Army, and from 1973 to 1976 served at the Transdniestrian Railway in the Odessa military district. From 1976 to 1980 was an officer of the Southern Group of Soviet Forces in Hungary. From 1983 to 1985 Igor was in charge of the military commandant’s office at the Urgal rail line section and station of the Baikal-Amur railway, participating in the construction of the Gold Link junction. From 1985 to 1994 worked for the Moscow Railway as a military commandant of a rail line and then deputy Commander of the Military Railway Transport. From 1996 to 2004 was employed by Severstaltrans, where majored in internal and foreign transportation by rail, sea, river and road. From 1998 to 2004 Mr. Levitin was deputy CEO of the company, responsible for transport machine engineering, railway and seaport operations. He was a member of the Public Council under the Russian government’s commission for the railway reform. On March 9, 2004 Mr. Levitin was appointed the Minister of Transport of Russia.

VALENTINA MATVIENKO
Сhairman
THE COUNCIL OF FEDERATION OF THE FEDERAL ASSAMBLY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Born in 1949.
She graduated from the Leningrad Chemical and Pharmaceutical Institute in 1972, from the Academy of Social Sciences under the CPSU Central Committee in 1985, and from senior diplomatic staff development courses at the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs Diplomatic Academy in 1991.
From 1972 worked for the Komsomol. Her career progressed from head of department in the Petrograd district Komsomol committee to First Secretary of the Leningrad Region Komsomol committee.
From 1984 to 1986, she worked as First Secretary of the Krasnogvardeysky district CPSU committee. From 1986 to 1989, she was Deputy Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Leningrad Soviet.
In 1989, she was elected a USSR People’s Deputy. She was chairman of the USSR Supreme Soviet Committee on Women’s Affairs and Protection of Family, Maternity and Childhood.
From 1991 to 1998 she worked in the diplomatic service. She was USSR Ambassador to the Republic of Malta (1991-1994), director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Department for Relations with the Constituent Territories of the Federation, Parliament and Socio-Political Organisations (1995-1997), a member of the collegium of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1995-1997), and Russian Ambassador to Greece (1997-1998).
From 1998 to 2003 she worked as Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, with responsibility for the social sphere.
On 19 March 2003, she was appointed Plenipotentiary Envoy of the President of the Russian Federation to the Northwestern Federal District.
On 5 October 2003 she was elected Governor of St Petersburg.
On 20 December 2006 she was vested with the authority of Governor of St Petersburg by the Legislative Assembly of St Petersburg on the recommendation of Vladimir Putin, president of Russia, for the period up to 2011.
On 22 August 2011, she was elected a Deputy of the Municipal Council for the Krasnenkaya Rechka municipal district of the fourth convocation.
On 31 August 2011, she was appointed a member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation and representative of the St Petersburg executive body of state authority in the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
On 21 September 2011, she was elected Chairman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
She has received state awards, including the Order of the Badge of Honour (1976), the Order of the Labour Red Banner (1981), the Order of Honour (1996), the Order For Merits to the Fatherland 3rd Grade (1999), the Order For Merits to the Fatherland 4th Grade (2003), the Order of the Legion of Honour highest grade (2007), the Order For Merits to the Fatherland 2nd Grade (2009) and the Order of Friendship Between Peoples (2009).
She has been awarded the medal “For an outstanding contribution to the staging of China and Russia’s national years” (2007) and the state award of the Finnish Republic: the Grand Cross of the Order of the Lion of Finland (2009).

VADIM MOROZOV
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
RUSSIAN RAILWAYS

Born in 1954.
In 1977 graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Railway Transport Engineers, railway engineer on railway maintenance, Candidate of Science (Engineering).
His career was started in 1971 as a millwright of the Volhovstroy-1 locomotive depot of the Oktyabrskaya railway. After the graduation from the institute he continued his work at the railway. He held an appointment from the switching foreman to the railway head. In 1998 he was Deputy Chairman of the legislative assembly of the Leningrad Region. Since 1998 until 1999 and since 2000 until 2002 - First Deputy of the South-East and Moscow railway correspondingly. Since May, 1999 until May, 2000 - Deputy Minister of Railways of the Russian Federation, since 2002 until 2003 - First Deputy Minister, since November, 2003 until June, 2004 - Minister of Railway Transport of the Russian Federation. Since July, 2004 - Executive Director of the Blagosostoianie (welfare) private pensionary fund. On August, 17, 2005 he was appointed the First Vice-President of the Russian Railways.

ANDREY NEDOSEKOV
Deputy Minister
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Born in 1960.
He graduated from the plant - institute of higher technical education Krasnoyarsk Polytechnic Institute, has higher education.
He started his working career in 1979 at Krasnoyarsk machine building plant. From 1984 he held leading positions at various enterprises of the Krasnoyarsk region. From 2000 until 2006 he was Deputy Director General for Economic Security, Director General of JSC Bamtunnelstroy. In 2006-2007 Mr. Nedosekov held position of Director General of JSC Roszheldorstroy. In 2007 he was Deputy Director of Department for Economic and Investment of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Director of Department for Development Programs of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. Since 2008 Mr. Nedosekov is Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation.

MIKHAIL NIZOV
President
INTERNATIONAL ROAD TRANSPORT FORUM

Born in 1955.
In 1977, he graduated from the Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical University and, in 1991, from George Washington University in the United States.
Mr Nizov began his career in road transport in 1973 as an automobile mechanic and driver. He is a Doctor and Master of Sports of the USSR in motorsport. He participated in the construction of the Baikal-Amur Motorway. Since graduating from the Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical University, Mr Nizov has worked in the field of international road transport and foreign economic relations. He has experience working as an engineer and production manager at a transport company, Assistant Minister for Road Transport of the Russian Federation, Deputy General Director of the Sovtransavto Foreign Trade Association, General Director of the Association of International Road Transport (ASMAP), President of the Technical Commission of the International Road Transport Union (IRU) and Lecturer at the Transport Academy of the Russian Federation. He is currently President of the International Motor Transport Forum.
He has been presented numerous industry and government awards in recognition of his contributions to the development of road transport internationally.

TATYANA PANTINA
Vice-Chancellor
SAINT- PETERSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY FOR WATERWAY COMMUNICATIONS

Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, member of the Russian Academy of Transport, Chairperson of Dissertation Council D223.009.01 with specialisation 08.00.05 in “Economics and Management of the National Economy: Economics, Organisation and Management of Enterprises, Industries and Complexes. Transport”. Dr Pantina is the author of more than 90 scientific and educational works. She has participated in the implementation of more than 20 Research and Development Projects and has lead 6 R&D projects carried out under Ministry of Transport and Federal Agency of Sea and River Transport over the past five years, including the development of the sub-programme on Internal Waterway Transport of the Development of the Russian Transport System Federal Target Programme (2010-2015).

GENNADIY PETRAKOV
Head of Agency
FEDERAL AGENCY OF RAILWAY TRANSPORT

Born in 1954.
In 1991 he graduated from the All-Union Extramural Institute of Railway Transport Engineers. In 2001 he retrained at the The Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation.
From 1973 to 2008 he worked in engineering and management posts with Northern Railways, a Russian Railways subsidiary. From 2002 he headed the Northern Railways Vologda branch. In August 2008 he was appointed Head of the Federal Railway Transport Agency. He is the holder of state and departmental awards. He has been awarded the title of Honoured Transport Worker of the Russian Federation by decree of the President of the Russian Federation.

GENNADY TALASHKIN
First Deputy to General Director
RZDSTROY

Born in 1966.
Graduated in 1993 from Obraztsov Leningrad Institute of Railway Transport Engineers.
In 2006, he graduated from the Federal State Educational Establishment for Higher Professional Education, the North-Western Academy of State Service.
From 1987 to 1991, he was a track serviceman on the Leningrad - Moscow test section of the October railway.
From 1991 to 1997, he was a bridge foreman on the Leningrad - Moscow test section of the October railway.
In 1997, he was a bridge foreman for maintenance, track repairs and engineering structures on the St Petersburg Finnish section of the October railway.
From 1997 to 1999, he was chief engineer on the St Petersburg Finnish section of the October railway.
From 1999 to 2000, he was chief engineer of the St Petersburg Passenger Services Directorate on TRANSKOM Group’s suburban routes of the October railway.
From 2000 to 2001, he was Deputy Head of the engineering structures division on the Leningrad - Moscow test section of the October railway.
From 2001 to 2004, he was Deputy General Director of transport construction for EUROSTROY.
From 2004 to 2005, he was General Director of EURODORSTROY.
In 2005, he was First Deputy Director of Construction and Assembly Trust No. 15, a subsidiary of RZD.
From 2005 to 2006, he was Director of Construction and Assembly Trust No. 15, a subsidiary of RZD.
From 2006 to 2007, he was Deputy Head of the production division, the “Integrated Railway Reconstruction Division”.
From 2007 to 2008, he was chief engineer of RZDStroy.
In 2008, he was Deputy General Director of ROZZHELDORSTROY.
From 2008 to 2009, he was Deputy General Director and then Director of Construction and Assembly Trust No. 1, a subsidiary of RZDStroy.
From 2009 to 2010, he was First Deputy General Director, then acting General Director, of RZDStroy.
He is currently First Deputy General Director, Member of the Board of RZDStroy.

ALEXANDER SHADRIN
Director of Representative office
PALMALI

Born in 1954
Mr Shadrin graduated from the Department of Law at the Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1980.
In 2000, he was awarded the Doctor of Economic Sciences degree.
He began his career as a legal consultant at the Moscow City Council of Trade Unions.
From 1982 to 1992, he worked as a consultant on legal issues in the presence chamber of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR and the USSR.
Since 1992, he has been engaged in commercial activities. He was General Director of a law firm and General Director of the Morskoi Mir shipping company and Director of the Novo-Ufimsky Oil Refinery Representative Office in Moscow. Since 2004, Mr Shadrin has been Director of the Palmali Group of Companies Representation Office in the Russian Federation.
In 1997, he was awarded by Presidential Decree a national medal in honour of the 850th Anniversary of Moscow.

ALEXANDER SHISHKIN
Managing Director
VOLGA-SHIPPING

Was born in 1951.
In 1975 he graduated from the Gorky Water Transport Engineers Institute in major "Seaway navigation".
From 1976 through 1995 he worked as a navigating mate and captain on ships of the Volga Shipping Company.
From 1995 through 1998 - the Deputy Chief of the International Cargo Transportation Department of the Volga Shipping Company.
From 1998 through 1999 - the Chief of Ship and Radio Navigation Safety Office, the Volga River Basin Bureau.
In 1999 - 2000 - the deputy Director General of the Volga Shipping Company.
From July 2000 - the executive director of the Volga Shipping Company.
From 2002 - the Director General of the open joint-stock company Volga Shipping Company.
Since 2004 and at present - the managing director of the open joint-stock company Volga Shipping Company.
In 2009 A. Shishkin was commended with the “Honors for Service to Transport of Russian Federation” honorary rank.
In 2011 the Volga Shipping Company managing director Alexander Shishkin received the highest industry award - the medal for outstanding public service in extension of the transport complex of Russia.

ALEXEY SHUKLETSOV
Executive Director
FENIX/MMPK BRONKA

Born in 1961.
Graduated from the Leningrad Higher Marine College named after admiral S.O. Makarov, specialising in ship navigation and qualified as an engineer-navigator.
In 2003, he graduated from the Institution of Further Training and Retraining of Executive Staff at the St Petersburg State University of Finance and Economics, specialising in business management. He holds the degree of Candidate of Economic Sciences.
He held senior posts in businesses, connected with marine transport.
From 1984 to 1994, he was a first mate in the Baltic Marine Shipping Company.
From 1994 to June 2007, he was general director of ZAO Baltic Transport Systems.
From October 2008 to June 2009, he was deputy general director of OOO Fenix.
Since July 2009, he has been executive director of OOO Fenix.

ALEXANDER VOROBYEV
Deputy Deneral Director
TRANSPORT DIRECTORATE OF OLYMPIC GAMES

Born in 1958.
1979 - Graduated from the Blagoveshchensk Higher Tank Command College.
1989 - Graduated from the Military Academy of Armoured Forces.
1975-1992 - Served in the Armed Forces of the USSR.
2002-2009 - Deputy, First Deputy to the Head of the Moscow City Department of Transport and Communications.
2009 - Deputy Department Director, Head of the Section of passenger transportation and traffic management of the Olympic Games Transport Directorate.
2010 - Deputy General Director of the Olympic Games Transport Directorate.
Unit organisation of passenger transportation and traffic.
Mr Vorobyev was awarded the Order of the Red Star. He is married with two children.

SERIK ZHUSUPOV
Executive Director
ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCIAL SEA PORT

Born in 1960.
Graduated from the Odessa Institute of Marine Engineers in 1982 as a qualified Oil Engineer of Water Transport. In 1990, he was awarded the Candidate of Technical Sciences degree.
He began his career in 1982 at the Leningrad Commercial Sea Port (later JSC Sea Port of St Petersburg), holding various positions in the company, including Head of the Economic Department, Director of Economics, Director of Operations and Executive Director, until 2003.
From 2003 to 2005, he worked at the Russian Ministry of Transport, firstly as Head of the Department for the Regulation of the Production Activities of Sea Ports, and later as Deputy Director of State Policy on River and Sea Transport. In 2004, he was Head of the Department for State Policy on Rail, Sea and River Transport.
Since 2005, he has been involved in the project to build and operate a sea passenger terminal in the Western part of Vasilyevsky Island in St Petersburg. He was named Executive Director of the Association of Commercial Sea Ports in 2005.
He has been awarded a Certificate of Merit to commemorate Sea and River Fleet Day and an “Honorary Naval Officer” Badge; he has twice received the Diploma of the Governor of St Petersburg (in 2000 and 2003), has been awarded a Medal commemorating “300 Years of the Russian Navy”, and an “Honorary Transport Worker of the Russian Federation” Badge.