10 April 2003, 02:17

Danielyan, Anushavan Surenovich

Prime Minister of Republic of Nagorny Karabakh.

Born in 1956 in Askeran County, Nagorny Karabakh. In 1985, graduated from Simferopol State University. Worked in Komsomol and Party bodies. In 1987-1990, was a deputy principal of a technical college in Simferopol. In 1990-1998, worked in the Supreme Council of the Republic of Crimea, where he initially occupied the position of a chairman of a Permanent Commission on International and Interethnic Issues, later a chairman of the Constitution Commission, and the first Vice Speaker of the Supreme Council. In 1989-1996, was the chairman of the Crimean Armenian Society administration. Coauthor of the Crimea Economy Restructuring Program. In 1999, occupied the position of director general of Yerevan Cable Plant. Since June 1999, the Prime Minister of Republic of Nagorny Karabakh.

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