Since 1995, Russia pulled away a number of former high-ranking officials (including the heads of security agencies) of Belarus, Lukashenko former colleagues who may have confidential information.
The nature of this information may be relevant to enforced disappearances of opponents, illegal trade and financial transactions in the international market, as well as the actions, the Kremlin regards as contrary to the national interests of Russia. Also excluded are not compromising personal (family, intimate, health) character.
Below, we provide only the names of the most famous faces who have served in Russia.
Valery Kez — KGB general in 1994-1995. Deputy Chairman of the KGB, the Deputy Secretary of the Security Council. Now — advisor to the "Gazprombank".
Farid Kantsarav — KGB General, head of the KGB counterintelligence, First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus. Now — the deputy head of government "Gazprombank" (head of the Board of Directors is the Chairman of the Board of "Gazprom" Alexey Miller), at the same time — Chairman of the Board of Directors of JSC "Izhorskogo plant."
Ivan Titenkov — Member of the Supreme Council of XII convocation, was driving a "Mercedes" at the time of the so-called "Liozna shot" during the election campaign in June 1994, 1996-1999. — Managing the affairs of the President of Belarus. Doing business in Russia.
Ivan Antonovich — In 1997-1999. Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus. Lives in Moscow.
Oleg Bazhelka — The Prosecutor General of Belarus (1996-2000). He lives in Russia.
Ural Latypov — KGB colonel, assistant head of the secretariat Lukashenko, Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2001-2004. — Head of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Belarus. Topping Ltd. "Direct management".
Vladimir Mackiewicz — KGB general, from December 1995 to November 2000 the chairman of the KGB. Is an advisor to the general director of "SCF".
Leonid Erin — KGB General, head of the Federal Security Service in Moscow and the Moscow region, from 1995 — Deputy Chairman from 2000 to 2004 — Chairman of the KGB. Now — adviser to the head of JSC "Russian Railways".
Vladimir Naumov — The General, from 2000 to 2009, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Belarus. According to media reports, Advisor to the General Director of the corporation "Russian Technologies".