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Russia's first president Boris Yeltsin turns 73 years old yesterday
Students and teachers of the Urals Technical State University, where Yeltsin studied, congratulated Yeltsin and sent a telegram to his Moscow address. A spokesperson at the university said Yeltsin did not like to receive presents. UTSU Rector Stanislav Naboychenko said they were discussing the possibility of Yeltsin visiting Yekaterinburg in June to receive a scholarship as one of the university's outstanding students. The scholarship is valued at USD 65 and is awarded annually to students and graduate students of the university. Yeltin has already received the scholarship twice - in 2002 and 2003. The village administration of Butka in Sverdlovsk Region also congratulated Yeltsin, who was born into a peasant family in Butka on February 1, 1931. He completed the Construction Department of the Urals Polytechnical Institute as a construction engineer. He was Russian president from June 12, 1991 through December 31, 1999
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