Congratulatory letters to the FIDE President Print
Friday, 06 April 2012 12:00
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Congratulatory letter from Dmitry Medvedev, the President of the Russian Federation


Dear Kirsan Nikolaevich!

Please accept my congratulations on your 50th anniversary!

Your contributed a lot to the social and economical development of the Republic of Kalmykia, keeping of the unique ethnic culture of the region and increasing of the living standards of people in Kalmykia.

Your experience and organizational skills are fully called for in the position of the FIDE President. You are making a lot for popularization of this intellectual sport and healthy way of life among young people. I wish you success and all the best.

President of the Russian Federation
Dmitry Medvedev



Congratulatory letter from Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the leader of Liberal Democratic Party of Russia

Dear Kirsan Nikolaevich!

On behalf of the members of Liberal Democratic Party of Russia and myself personally I would like to congratulate you with your Jubilee!

During many years of the work at the high responsible state positions you have shown the talent and farseeing capacities. You are able to successfully perform difficult long lasting managing programs, to develop your region perfectly.

Under your smart leadership one of the famous sport institutions - World Chess Federation - has been successfully developing. Thanks to your contribution, this intellectual elite sport is inevitably increasing it's popularity all over the world.

I wish you good health and inexhaustible energy. Let only honest and kind people surround you during your life and all the best to you and your family.

Best regards,
The leader of Liberal Democratic Party of Russia
Vladimir Zhirinovsky
 
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