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Soviet 'Rasputin' Dies At 65 In said on June 8 that the legendary healer died at the age of She disappeared from the public eye after the death of her son,
Oct 23, 1971 Valentina Matviyenko has a son, Sergey Vladimirovich Matviyenko, with her husband, Vladimir Vasiyevich Matviyenko. In May 2003 Sergey Matviyenko was appointed vicepresident of the Bank Saint Petersburg.
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Konstantin Lapin, a top executive of VTB Development, has replaced Sergei Matviyenko, son of Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matviyenko, as the company's new
Dzhuna, Kremlin psychic healer, dies at 65. Marina she was a female version of Rasputin in the 1980s, " Igor Matviyenko, After her son died in a car accident
However, as The CrimeRussia previously reported, after the resignation of Valentina Matvienko from the post of Governor, the company of her son Imperiya Farma
Jan 16, 2017 Russia: Victims of Tu154 Black Sea plane crash laid to rest in Moscow Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matviyenko, Son of Anton Gubankov
Vladimir Putin attended the farewell ceremony for Russias Ambassador to Turkey son Gennady and Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matviyenko,
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Saint Petersburg (Russian: Tens of thousands of serfs died building Matviyenko stood for elections as member of the Regional Council of Saint
Dzhuna, Kremlin psychic healer, dies at 65. Marina she was a female version of Rasputin in the 1980s, " Igor Matviyenko, After her son died in a car
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Valentina Matviyenko has a son, Sergey Vladimirovich Matviyenko, with her husband, Vladimir Vasilyevich Matviyenko. In May 2003 Sergey Matviyenko was appointed vice
" I do not believe in populism. I am not a supporter of radical decisions. Practice has shown that usually these are harmful. " Valentina Matviyenko quotes from
Other owners of the firm included a woman with the same name as the wife of Senator Yury Vorobyov, and a man named Sergei Matviyenko. The speaker of Russias upper house of parliament, Valentina Matviyenko, has a son named Sergei.