FIDE President is awarded with National Premium Print
Wednesday, 02 May 2007 00:00
On 29 April 2007, in the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow the ceremony of award of the Diploma, Golden Symbol of the International Union of the World Charity Organizations and a premium "National Property" to the Head of the Republic of Kalmykia, FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov took place. The premium "National property" was instituted in 2004 and is the main Russian premium. The famous statesmen, social figures who have made a considerable contribution to the historical development of the country, the media as well as the representatives of science, education, culture and sport, also, the best socially important native enterprises in the sphere of industry, power engineering complex and communications are awarded with the Premium.

On 29 April 2007, in the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow the ceremony of award of the Diploma, Golden Symbol of the International Union of the World Charity Organizations and a premium "National Property" to the Head of the Republic of Kalmykia, FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov took place. The premium "National property" was instituted in 2004 and is the main Russian premium. The famous statesmen, social figures who have made a considerable contribution to the historical development of the country, the media as well as the representatives of science, education, culture and sport, also, the best socially important native enterprises in the sphere of industry, power engineering complex and communications are awarded with the Premium.

Together with the Head of Kalmykia, the Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia Alexey the 2nd, the Governor of Moscow region Mr. Boris Gromov and other outstanding cultural workers, men of science and art, business figures and politicians became the laureates of the premium "National Property" this year.

 
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