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Sergei Vladilenovich KIRIYENKO

Oligarch · Politician · Sanctioned entity
Sergei Vladilenovich KIRIYENKO is subject to sanctions. See the individual program listings below. They are also a politically exposed person.
TypePerson[sources]
NameKIRIYENKO Sergei Vladilenovich · KIRIYENKO, Sergei Vladilenovich · Kiriyenko Sergey Vladilenovich · Sergei Kiriyenko · Sergei Vladilenovich KIRIYENKO · 7 more...[sources]
Other nameIZRAITEL, Sergey Vladilenovich · Izraitel Sergei Vladilenovich · Izraitel Sergey Vladilenovich · Izraitel' Sergej Vladilenovich · Izraitel' Sergey Vladilenovich · 62 more...[sources]
Birth date[sources]
Place of birthSokhumi, Abkhazia · Sukhumi · Sukhumi, Abkhaz Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic · Sukhumi, Georgia · Сухуми, Абхазия · 3 more...[sources]
Gendermale[sources]
NationalityRussia · Soviet Union[sources]
CountryRussia[sources]
First nameSergei · Sergei Vladilenovich · Sergey · Сергей[sources]
INN770401038742[sources]
KeywordsВиконавча влада · Посадовці Адміністрації президента рф та члени їх сімей · Фізичні особи під санкціями ЄС[sources]
Last nameIzraitel · KIRIYENKO · Kirienko · Kiriyenko · Кириенко[sources]
PatronymicVladilenovich · Владиленович[sources]
Previous nameSergey Vladilenovich Izraitel[sources]
Second nameVladilenovich[sources]
TitleFirst Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office[sources]
Wikidata IDQ313915[sources]
PositionDeputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (1998-1998) · Deputy Kremlin Chief of Staff (2016-) · Executive branch and presidential administration employees · First Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation (1998-1998) · First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation · 13 more...[sources]
EducationRussian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (-1993) · Volga State University of Water Transport (-1984)[sources]
StatusDomestic Politically Exposed Person[sources]
Source linkrupep.org · sanctions.nazk.gov.ua · sanctionssearch.ofac.treas.gov[sources]
Created at[sources]
Modified on[sources]

Descriptions

First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office of the Russian Federation

Australian Sanctions Consolidated List non-official source,

Sergei Kiriyenko est premier adjoint du chef de l'administration présidentielle de la Fédération de Russie. À ce titre, il est responsable des affaires intérieures, y compris des groupes et activités politiques. Alexeï Navalny a été la cible d'actes systématiques de harcèlement et de répression par des acteurs étatiques et judiciaires de la Fédération de Russie en raison de son rôle de premier plan au sein de l'opposition politique. Les activités d'Alexeï Navalny ont été suivies de près par les autorités de la Fédération de Russie lors de son séjour en Sibérie en août 2020. Le 20 août 2020, il est tombé gravement malade et a été admis dans un hôpital à Omsk (Fédération de Russie). Le 22 août 2020, il a été transporté vers un hôpital de Berlin (Allemagne). Un laboratoire allemand spécialisé a par la suite relevé des éléments, également corroborés par des laboratoires français et suédois, établissant clairement qu'Alexeï Navalny avait été empoisonné au moyen d'un agent neurotoxique du groupe Novitchok. Cet agent toxique n'est accessible qu'à des autorités étatiques de la Fédération de Russie. Dans ces circonstances, il est raisonnable de conclure que l'empoisonnement d'Alexeï Navalny n'a été possible qu'avec le consentement de l'administration présidentielle. Compte tenu du poste à responsabilités qu'il occupe au sein de cette administration, Sergei Kiriyenko est donc responsable d'avoir incité à l'empoisonnement d'Alexeï Navalny au moyen de l'agent neurotoxique Novitchok et d'avoir apporté un soutien aux personnes qui l'ont commis ou qui ont été impliquées dans cet empoisonnement, lequel constitue une utilisation d'armes chimiques au sens de la convention sur les armes chimiques.

French Freezing of Assets non-official source,

First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Office and President Putin’s domestic policy curator

New Zealand Russia Sanctions non-official source,

First Deputy Head of the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation. Manages the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation, which organizes and implements actions and policies that undermine and threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation.

ACF List of bribetakers and warmongers non-official source,

Ukraine-/Russia-Related Sanctions Regulations, 31 CFR 589.201 and/or 589.209

US OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List non-official source,

Ukraine-/Russia-Related Sanctions Regulations, 31 CFR 589.201 and/or 589.209

US Trade Consolidated Screening List (CSL) non-official source,

Russian politician

Wikidata non-official source,

Relationships

Address
Full addressCountry
MOSCOW · Moscow · Moscow, RussiaRussia
CountryRussia[sources]
Full addressMOSCOW · Moscow · Moscow, Russia[sources]
CityMoscow[sources]
Street addressnot available[sources]
Data sources EU Consolidated Travel Bans · Australian Sanctions Consolidated List · Belgian Financial Sanctions · · UK OFSI Consolidated List of Targets · EU Financial Sanctions Files (FSF) · US OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List · · US Trade Consolidated Screening List (CSL)
Assets and shares
AssetPercentage heldStart dateEnd date
Interregional Public Foundation for the Promotion of Orthodox Initiatives of St. Theophan the Recluse-
Percentage heldnot available[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Roleco-founder[sources]
Data sources
All-Russian physical culture and sports public organization "National Aikido Council of Russia"-
Percentage heldnot available[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Roleco-founder[sources]
Data sources
Associates
AssociateRelationshipStart dateEnd date
Валерий Игоревич Лимаренкоbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Anton Yur'yevich Fedorovbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Maksut Igorevich SHADAYEVbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Sergey Gennad'yevich Novikovbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Джахан Реджеповна Поллыеваbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Vladimir Albertovich LEBEDEVpersonal relationships-
Relationshippersonal relationships[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Aleksandr Vasil'yevich Dzheusbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Aleksey Evgen'yevich Likhachevbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Lyubov Nikolayevna GLEBOVAbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Konstantin Nikolaevich Kostinbusiness relationships--
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Ирина Сергеевна Татариноваbusiness relationships-
Relationshipbusiness relationships[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Directorships
OrganizationRoleStart dateEnd date
Russian Aikido Aikikai Federation All-Russian NGO Unionthe president
Rolethe president[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Data sources
All-Russian Union of Public Associations ‘Aikido National Council of Russia’the president
Rolethe president[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Data sources
ГОСУДАРСТВЕННАЯ КОРПОРАЦИЯ "РОСАТОМ"CEO
RoleCEO[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Data sources
LUKOIL-NORSI-Invest OJSCthe president
Rolethe president[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Data sources
The Security Council of the Russian Federationboard member
Roleboard member[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Data sources
‘Garantiia’ Nizhny Novgorod Social Commercial Bank OJSCChairman of the Board
RoleChairman of the Board[sources]
Start date[sources]
End date[sources]
Data sources
Family members
RelativeRelationshipStart dateEnd date
Vladimir Sergeevich KIRIYENKOchild--
Relationshipchild[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources Wikidata
Anna Vladilenovna Kotelnikovasibling--
Relationshipsibling[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Nadezhda Sergeevna Kirienkodaughter · father--
Relationshipdaughter · father[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Andrey Aleksandrovich Ugnichfather in law · son in law-
Relationshipfather in law · son in law[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Yuliya Kirienkodaughter in law · father in law-
Relationshipdaughter in law · father in law[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Vladimir Sergeevich KIRIYENKOfather · son--
Relationshipfather · son[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Lyubov Sergeevna Kirienkodaughter · father--
Relationshipdaughter · father[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Mariya Vladimirovna Kirienkohusband · wife--
Relationshiphusband · wife[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus
Relatives
PersonRelationshipStart dateEnd date
Vladimir Sergeevich KIRIYENKOfather--
Relationshipfather[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources Wikidata
Vladimir Sergeevich KIRIYENKOFamily member of--
RelationshipFamily member of[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Data sources US OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List
Sanctions
AuthorityProgramStart dateEnd date
Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU---
CountryEuropean Union[sources]
AuthorityEstonian Presidency of the Council of the EU[sources]
Programnot available[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
ReasonCouncil Decision concerning restrictive measures against the proliferation and use of chemical weapons[sources]
Source linkeur-lex.europa.eu[sources]
Data sources EU Consolidated Travel Bans
Federal Public Service FinanceCHEM-
CountryBelgium[sources]
AuthorityFederal Public Service Finance[sources]
ProgramCHEM[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Authority-issued identifierEU.5895.8[sources]
Listing date[sources]
Reason2020/1480 (OJ L341)[sources]
Source linkeur-lex.europa.eu[sources]
Data sources Belgian Financial Sanctions
Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation · UKChemical Weapons-
CountryUnited Kingdom[sources]
AuthorityOffice of Financial Sanctions Implementation · UK[sources]
ProgramChemical Weapons[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Authority-issued identifierCHW0012[sources]
Listing date[sources]
ReasonAs First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office of the Russian Federation, Sergei Kiriyenko is responsible for domestic affairs. The Presidential Office is a state body within Russia that provides support for the President’s work, monitors the implementation of the President’s decisions, and has responsibility for governmental policy and the regime’s most important actions domestically. Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was the victim of an attempted assassination during his August 2020 visit to Siberia, in which a chemical weapon—a toxic nerve agent of the Novichok group—was used. The activities and movements of Alexei Navalny during his journey to Siberia, from where he intended to return to Moscow on 20th August 2020 were closely monitored by the authorities of the Russian Federation. Russia had the technical capability to carry out the attack. The Russian State has previously produced Novichoks and would still be capable of doing so. Within the last decade, Russia has produced and stockpiled small quantities of Novichok. It is unlikely that Novichoks could be made and deployed by non-state actors (e.g. a criminal or terrorist group). Russia had the operational experience to carry out the attack. Russia has a proven record of state-sponsored assassination. It is highly likely that the Russian state was responsible for the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal in Salisbury in 2018 using a similar type of nerve agent. During the 2000s, Russia commenced a programme to test means of delivering chemical warfare agents, including investigation of ways of delivering nerve agents. Russia had the motive and opportunity to carry out the attack. Navalny was a high profile Russian opposition politician who vocally criticised the Russian administration and establishment. He was on Russian territory under surveillance by the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation at the time of the attack. Given the role of the state within the attack, and the scale of the operation against Navalny, it is reasonable to conclude that the poisoning of Alexey Navalny was only possible with the consent of the Presidential Executive Office.[sources]
StatusAsset Freeze Targets[sources]
Source linkwww.gov.uk[sources]
Modified on[sources]
Data sources UK OFSI Consolidated List of Targets
Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU---
CountryEuropean Union[sources]
AuthorityEstonian Presidency of the Council of the EU[sources]
Programnot available[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
ReasonCouncil Decision concerning restrictive measures against the proliferation and use of chemical weapons[sources]
Source linkeur-lex.europa.eu[sources]
Data sources EU Consolidated Travel Bans
European External Action ServiceCHEM-
CountryEuropean Union[sources]
AuthorityEuropean External Action Service[sources]
ProgramCHEM[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Authority-issued identifierEU.5895.8[sources]
Listing date[sources]
Reason2020/1480 (OJ L341)[sources]
Source linkeur-lex.europa.eu[sources]
Data sources EU Financial Sanctions Files (FSF)
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)Autonomous (Russia and Ukraine)-
CountryAustralia[sources]
AuthorityDepartment of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)[sources]
ProgramAutonomous (Russia and Ukraine)[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
SummaryInstrument of first designation and declaration Autonomous Sanctions (Designated Persons and Entities and Declared Persons—Russia and Ukraine) Amendment (No. 21) Instrument 2022[sources]
Source linkwww.dfat.gov.au[sources]
Data sources Australian Sanctions Consolidated List
Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)Block · Program · SDN List--
CountryUnited States[sources]
AuthorityOffice of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)[sources]
ProgramBlock · Program · SDN List[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Listing date[sources]
ReasonExecutive Order 13661 (Ukraine) · Executive Order 14024[sources]
SummaryRUSSIA-EO14024 · UKRAINE-EO13661[sources]
Source linkwww.treasury.gov[sources]
Data sources US OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade--
CountryNew Zealand[sources]
AuthorityMinistry of Foreign Affairs and Trade[sources]
Programnot available[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
ReasonLinked to Russian leadership, governance, or military bodies responsible for the undermining of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity[sources]
Scope of sanctionsAircraft Ban · Asset Freeze · Dealing with Securities · Service Prohibition · Ship Ban · 1 more...[sources]
StatusSanctioned[sources]
Source linkwww.mfat.govt.nz[sources]
Modified on[sources]
Data sources New Zealand Russia Sanctions
Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) - Treasury DepartmentRUSSIA-EO14024 · UKRAINE-EO13661--
CountryUnited States[sources]
AuthoritySpecially Designated Nationals (SDN) - Treasury Department[sources]
ProgramRUSSIA-EO14024 · UKRAINE-EO13661[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Source linkhome.treasury.gov[sources]
Data sources US Trade Consolidated Screening List (CSL)
Ministry of Finance資産凍結等の措置の対象となるロシア連邦の団体及び個人(個人)-
CountryJapan[sources]
AuthorityMinistry of Finance[sources]
Program資産凍結等の措置の対象となるロシア連邦の団体及び個人(個人)[sources]
Start date[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Authority-issued identifier26[sources]
Source linkwww.mof.go.jp[sources]
Data sources Japan Economic sanctions and list of eligible people
Global Affairs CanadaRussia / Russie--
CountryCanada[sources]
AuthorityGlobal Affairs Canada[sources]
ProgramRussia / Russie[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
Authority-issued identifier3[sources]
Reason1, Part 1.1[sources]
Source linkwww.international.gc.ca[sources]
Data sources Canadian Special Economic Measures Act Sanctions
Ministry of Economy, Finance, and Recovery(UE) 2020/1480 du 14/10/2020 (UE Lutte contre la prolifération des armes chimiques - R (UE) 2018/1542)--
CountryFrance[sources]
AuthorityMinistry of Economy, Finance, and Recovery[sources]
Program(UE) 2020/1480 du 14/10/2020 (UE Lutte contre la prolifération des armes chimiques - R (UE) 2018/1542)[sources]
Start datenot available[sources]
End datenot available[sources]
ReasonSergei Kiriyenko est premier adjoint du chef de l'administration présidentielle de la Fédération de Russie. À ce titre, il est responsable des affaires intérieures, y compris des groupes et activités politiques. Alexeï Navalny a été la cible d'actes systématiques de harcèlement et de répression par des acteurs étatiques et judiciaires de la Fédération de Russie en raison de son rôle de premier plan au sein de l'opposition politique. Les activités d'Alexeï Navalny ont été suivies de près par les autorités de la Fédération de Russie lors de son séjour en Sibérie en août 2020. Le 20 août 2020, il est tombé gravement malade et a été admis dans un hôpital à Omsk (Fédération de Russie). Le 22 août 2020, il a été transporté vers un hôpital de Berlin (Allemagne). Un laboratoire allemand spécialisé a par la suite relevé des éléments, également corroborés par des laboratoires français et suédois, établissant clairement qu'Alexeï Navalny avait été empoisonné au moyen d'un agent neurotoxique du groupe Novitchok. Cet agent toxique n'est accessible qu'à des autorités étatiques de la Fédération de Russie. Dans ces circonstances, il est raisonnable de conclure que l'empoisonnement d'Alexeï Navalny n'a été possible qu'avec le consentement de l'administration présidentielle. Compte tenu du poste à responsabilités qu'il occupe au sein de cette administration, Sergei Kiriyenko est donc responsable d'avoir incité à l'empoisonnement d'Alexeï Navalny au moyen de l'agent neurotoxique Novitchok et d'avoir apporté un soutien aux personnes qui l'ont commis ou qui ont été impliquées dans cet empoisonnement, lequel constitue une utilisation d'armes chimiques au sens de la convention sur les armes chimiques.[sources]
Source linkgels-avoirs.dgtresor.gouv.fr[sources]
Data sources French Freezing of Assets

Data sources

Peppercat Legislators97,773

Members of national parliaments from around the world, as present in Wikidata.

· Peppercat.org · non-official source

Japan Economic sanctions and list of eligible people2,187

Sanctions imposed by Japan under its Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law.

Japan · Ministry of Finance · non-official source

UK OFSI Consolidated List of Targets3,652

The United Kingom's consolidated international sanctions list.

United Kingdom · Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation · non-official source

EU Consolidated Travel Bans2,819

Consolidated information about individuals who have been banned from traveling to the European Union, released as part of the EU Sanctions Map.

European Union · Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU · non-official source

ACF List of bribetakers and warmongers6,650

A list of key Russian decision-makers from government and business composed by ACF/FBK, the anti-corruption investigative organization founded by Alexei Navalny

· Anti-Corruption Foundation (ACF) · non-official source

Canadian Special Economic Measures Act Sanctions3,170

Sanctions imposed by Canada on specific countries, organizations, or individuals under the Special Economic Measures Act (SEMA) and JVCFOA.

Canada · Global Affairs Canada · non-official source

EU Financial Sanctions Files (FSF)3,579

As part of the Common Foreign Security Policy the European Union publishes a sanctions list that is implemented by all member states.

European Union · European External Action Service · non-official source

US OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List11,097

The primary United States' sanctions list, specially designated nationals (SDN) part.

United States · Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) · non-official source

US Trade Consolidated Screening List (CSL)14,582

The Consolidated Screening List (CSL) is a list of parties for which the United States Government maintains restrictions on certain exports, reexports, or transfers of items.

United States · Department of the Commerce - International Trade Administration · non-official source

Australian Sanctions Consolidated List2,668

The Consolidated List is a list of all persons and entities who are subject to targeted financial sanctions under Australian sanctions law.

Australia · Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) · non-official source

Belgian Financial Sanctions3,840

Belgium extends the European FSF sanctions list on the basis of a national terrorist list, issued by the National Security Council.

Belgium · Federal Public Service Finance · non-official source

RuPEP Public Database of PEPs in Russia and Belarus8,543

RuPEP is a detailed database of politically exposed persons in Russia and Belarus maintained by qualified researchers

· RuPEP · non-official source

Russian Oligarch Database169

A list of oiligarchs from CIS countries, most notably the Russian Federation.

· OpenSanctions · non-official source

French Freezing of Assets3,675

The register lists all persons, entities and vessels subject to asset freezing measures in force on French territory, pursuant to national, European and international (UN) provisions.

France · Ministry of Economy, Finance, and Recovery · non-official source

Peppercat World Leaders32,091

Members of national cabinets and other key senior leadership positions around the world.

· Peppercat.org · non-official source

Ukraine NABC Sanctions Tracker10,034

A list of suggested Russia-related sanctions targets composed by the Ukrainian anti-corruption agency.

Ukraine · National Agency on Corruption Prevention · non-official source

FBK Recommended List of Individuals for Sanctioning (Navalny 35)33

A list of suggested sanctions targets published by Navalny's FBK in a letter to Dominic Raab.

· Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) · non-official source

New Zealand Russia Sanctions1,267

The New Zealand government's list of people and companies sanctioned in relation to the Russian attack on Ukraine.

New Zealand · Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade · non-official source

External databases

The record has been enriched with data from the following external databases:

Wikidata

Wikidata is the structured data project of the Wikipedia community, providing fact-based information edited by humans and machines.

External dataset · · Wikidata · non-official source


Source data IDs: ua-nabc-person-669-kiriyenko-sergei-vladilenovich · au-dfat-7280-sergei-vladilenovich-kiriyenko · eu-fsf-eu-5895-8 · eu-tb-logical-125996 · acf-5c0e755035348f56f64da6acaf63a87f2d986fd2 · ofac-31123 · acf-3f86a6eb4be7f1c5e3047d660e22460394412fbc · ca-sema-russia-1-part-1-1-3 · nz-ru-ind-33 · ca-sema-1-part-1-1-3-ru-sergey-vladilenovich-kiriyenko · ja-mof-d81e0d429b2ffcfe07f63c9656082a6952c4336f · fr-ga-2931 · NK-agL2rGHNieSZXaKZ2YTh9h · acf-59737cce501ee751dd4feda202f780d6c1a93fff · gb-hmt-13970

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