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Sergei Kiriyenko

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Sergei Vladilenovich Kiriyenko
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In office
March 23, 1998 – August 23, 1998
Preceded by Boris Yeltsin
Succeeded by Viktor Chernomyrdin
President Boris Yeltsin

Born July 26 1962 (age 55)

Sergei Vladilenovich Kiriyenko (Russian: Серге́й Владиле́нович Кирие́нко) (b. July 26, 1962) served as the Prime Minister of Russia from 23 March to 23 August 1998. Boris Yeltsin appointed him. He was acting Prime Minister until the Duma confirmed him on 24 April. Prior to his nomination as Prime Minister, Kiriyenko served as Minister of Energy.[citation needed]

Kiriyenko has also served as a member of the Duma, under the Union of Right Forces party.[citation needed]

[edit] Rosatom

He was appointed to head Rosatom, the Federal Atomic Energy Agency, on 30 November, 2005.<ref name=ENERGY>Does the abrupt sacking of Russian nuclear energy minister signal a turnaround in Moscow`s policy on Iran’s nuclear program? DEBKA</ref>

He said on 18 September, 2006 while in Vienna, that the reactor in the Bushehr nuclear plant in Iran should be operational by September 2007 and the plant itself will be active in November 2007. He advocated President Vladimir Putin's idea of creating an international system of uranium enrichment centers. A uranium enrichment center could be operational in Russia in 2007.<ref name=IRAN>Russia says Iranian plant will come on line in 2007 RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty</ref> Responding to a reporter's question, Kiriyenko said that the Bushehr power plant would not affect nuclear non-proliferation and that there was nothing preventing Iran-Russia energy cooperation. The Government of Russia plans to deliver nuclear fuel to the plant in March 2007.<ref name=COOPERATION>Kiriyenko: Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant fully accords int'l laws Islamic Republic News Agency</ref>

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Preceded by:
Viktor Chernomyrdin
Prime Minister of Russia
Succeeded by:
Viktor Chernomyrdin
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