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The Russian Biograpihical Institute has announced the names of winners of the Person of the Year - 2005 national prize
The Russian Biograpihical Institute (RBI) has announced the names of winners of the Person of the Year - 2005 national prize, which has been awarded for the 13th year in succession. UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Ara Abramyan, president of the Union of the Armenians of Russia, has been named the winner of the prize in the field of international politics. Vladimir Lukin, Russia's human rights ombudsman, is awarded the prize for human rights campaigning. Boris Gromov, Moscow Region Governor, is named prize winner in domestic policy nomination. Further down the list of prize winners are Yelena Chavchavadze, director of presidential programmes of the Russian Culture Foundation (culture), Vladislav Fronin, Editor-in-Chief of Rossiiskaya Gazeta (journalism), Svyatoslav Rybas, RBI General Director and member of the Board of Trustees of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, told Itar-Tass here on Thursday. Among awardees there are also Patriarch Alexiy II of Moscow and All Russia (religion), heart surgeon Leo Bokeriya (medicine), Baltic Fleet Commander Vladimir Valuyev (Armed Forces), and Prosecutor-General Vladimir Ustinov (law) . The RBI was founded in 1993 to study the Russian elite. It cooperates with the experts of the Russian government, the parliament, and a number of analytical agencies. The Institute also publishes "Russia: Who is Who" and "Personnel Policy " journals. The prizes are presented at a ceremony in the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.
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