16:00–17:30Conference hall 3.2
Board of the Military–Industrial Commission of the Russian Federation in partnership with the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation and organizations.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s address to the Federal Assembly in 2017 set the objective of harnessing the potential of the defence industry to manufacture modern, high-tech, and competitive civilian products.
How can measures be introduced to help expand the production of domestic civilian goods and equipment? What kind of problems will be encountered in implementing domestic projects? How can cooperation between the various stakeholders be improved in order to achieve success in these areas?Moderator:Mikhail
RemizovChair, Expert Council of the Military–Industrial Commission Board; member of the Russian Government Expert CouncilChair, Expert Council of the Military–Industrial Commission Board; member of the Russian Government Expert CouncilPresident of the National Strategy Institute
Chairman of the Presidium of the Expert Council under the Collegium of the Military-Industrial Commission
Member of the Expert Council under the Russian Government
Member of the Government Commission on Arctic Development Affairs
Member of the Board of the World Russian People’s Council
2010–2011: Director of the “Strategy 2020” Foundation for the Support of Civil Initiatives
2004–2005: Editor-in-Chief of Political News Agency (PNA)
2001–2003: Editor-in-Chief of the Political Division of Russian Journal
Expert and socio-political activities: national security and industrial policy in strategic sectors of the economy and the analysis of ethno-political risks and threats.
Scientific research and interests: history of political ideologies (conservatism and neo-conservatism), economic development theories, theory of state (sovereignty category research) and nationalism studies.
Author of the monography “Experience of Conservative Criticism” and more than 200 scientific and journalistic articles. Scientific editor and co-author of more than 40 analytical reports on national and international policy affairs.Panellists:Vladimir
GutenevFirst Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Economic Policy, Innovative Development, and EntrepreneurshipFirst Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Economic Policy, Innovative Development, and EntrepreneurshipBorn March 27, 1966 in the city of Tambov.
1990 - Graduated from Novocherkassk Engineering and Land-reclamation Institute.
1999 - Candidate of Technical Sciences.
2004 - Doctor of Technical Sciences.
Prior to 2001 - Scientific and teaching activities and work at commercial organisations.
2001-2009 - Professor in the Social and Environmental Systems Management Department at the Russian Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation.
2007-2009 - Assistant General Director of FSUE Rosoboronexport.
2009-2011 - Advisor to the General Director of Rosoboronexport State Corporation.
December 4, 2011 - Elected as a State Duma Deputy of the sixth convocation.
September 18, 2016 - Elected as a State Duma Deputy of the seventh convocation.
Coordinator of the Russia-Switzerland Friendship Parliamentary Deputy Group.
Member of the Central Audit Committee of the All-Russia People’s Front and Coordinator of the Public Monitoring Centre for Environmental and Forest Protection Problems of the All-Russia People’s Front. Nonpartisan.
2003 - Received the State Prize of the Russian Federation for classified work in the interests of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation for creating a new type of weapon and machinery.
2010 - Recipient of the Government of the Russian Federation Prize in education for creating a cycle of textbooks and curricula.
2012 - Awarded the Government of the Russian Federation Prize in science and technology for solving a number of important environmental problems using space monitoring.
Author of more than 315 scientific and educational works, including 59 patents for inventions in the Russian Federation, 48 textbooks, teaching aids and monographs.Igor
KomarovGeneral Director, State Space Corporation ROSCOSMOSGeneral Director, State Space Corporation ROSCOSMOSBorn May 25, 1964 in Engels (Saratov Region)
Married, five kids
1986: graduated from the Moscow State University
1992 - 2002: top management positions at Inkombank, National Reserve Bank, and Sberbank.
2002 - 2008: Deputy Director General for Economics and Finance at Norilsk Nickel.
2008 - 2009: Advisor to Director General of Rostech State Corporation.
May 2009: Executive Vice President of JSC AVTOVAZ.
August 2009-October 2013: President of JSC AVTOVAZ.
October 2013: Deputy Head of the Federal Space Agency.
March 2014: Director General of United Rocket and Space Corporation.
January-August 2015: Head of the Federal Space Agency.
Awards: Order of Honour; First Class Order of Friendship (Kazakhstan); Order of the Legion of Honour (France)Denis
ManturovMinister of Industry and Trade of the Russian FederationMinister of Industry and Trade of the Russian FederationDenis Manturov was born on February 23, 1969, in Murmansk.
1994 – Lomonosov Moscow State University, major in Sociology.
1997 – Postgraduate studies at Moscow State University, PhD.
2002 – Doctoral programme at Moscow Aviation Institute.
2006 – Russian Academy of Public Service under the President of the Russian Federation, major in Law.
1998 – Appointed Deputy General Director of Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant.
2000 – Appointed Commercial Director of Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant.
2001 – Appointed Deputy Chairman of State Investment Corporation (Gosincor).
2003 – Appointed General Director of OAO OPK Oboronprom.
2007 – Appointed Deputy Minister of Industry and Energy of the Russian Federation.
2008 – Appointed Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
2012 – Appointed acting Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
2012 – Appointed Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
2007 – Awarded the Medal of the Order “For Merit to the Fatherland (Second Class)”.
2008 – Awarded the Order of Friendship.
2009 – Awarded the Order of Honour.
2010 – Awarded an Honorary Certificate of the Government of the Russian Federation.
2013 – Awarded the Order “For Merit to the Fatherland (Fourth Class)”.
Active State Advisor of the Russian Federation (First Class).
Mr. Manturov was included in the “Golden 100” Personnel Management Reserve under the patronage of the President of the Russian Federation.
He speaks multiple foreign languages.
He is married with a daughter and a son.Dmitry
RogozinDeputy Prime Minister of the Russian FederationDeputy Prime Minister of the Russian FederationBorn December 21, 1963 in Moscow, into the family of Oleg Rogozin, a prominent organiser of the Soviet defence industry and military science.
1986: Graduated with distinction from the International Department of the Journalism Faculty at the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
1988: Graduated with distinction from the Economic Faculty of the Marxism-Leninism University of the Moscow City Committee of the Soviet Communist Party.
1990-1994: Vice President of the Research and Educational Organisation RAU-Corporation.
1994-1997: Chairman of the Executive Committee of the International Congress of Russian Communities.
1997-2007: Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of three convocations; Deputy Chairman of the Security Committee; Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee; Head of the Delegation of the Russian Federal Assembly in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe; Head of the Rodina (Motherland) Parliamentary Party and Deputy Speaker of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly.
1998: Taught a special course, National Security, at the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces.
2002-2004: Special Presidential Representative for the Kaliningrad Region on the Expansion of the European Union.
2008-2011: Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in Brussels, Belgium.
February 2011 – 2012: Special Presidential Representative on Anti-Missile Defence and Negotiations with NATO Countries on This Issue.
December 23, 2011: Appointed Deputy Prime Minister.
March 21, 2012: Appointed Special Presidential Representative for Transdnestria.
May 21, 2012: Reappointed Deputy Prime Minister by a Presidential Executive Order.
From January 17, 2012: Heads the Government’s Military-Industrial Commission.
From February 15, 2012: First Deputy Chairman of the “Victory” Organising Committee.
From June 26, 2012: Chairman of the Marine Board of the Government.
Holds a DSc (Philosophy and Theories of Wars) degree.
DSc in Engineering, specialising in the theory of armaments, military and technical policy, and weapons systems.
Has written a number of books on military strategy and politics. Served as Editor in Chief of the “War and Peace in Terms and Definitions” Glossary of Military Terminology, which was published in 2004 and 2011.
Received a weapon with a personal inscription engraved on it for ensuring the release of hostages seized by terrorist groups in the Chechen Republic in 1996-1999.
Holds the diplomatic rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.
Married, with a son and two grandsons.Ivan
KharchenkoFirst Deputy Chairman of the Military-Industrial Commission under the Government of the Russian FederationFirst Deputy Chairman of the Military-Industrial Commission under the Government of the Russian FederationBorn May 9, 1967 in the village of Kirpilskaya of the Ust-Labinsky District of the Krasnodar Region.
Higher education. Graduated with honours from the Krasnodar Higher Military Command and Engineering School of Missile Forces in 1989, from the Law Faculty of Kuban State University (correspondence) in 1999 and Kuban State Agrarian University in 2001.
1989–1993: Service in the Armed Forces of the USSR and Russian Federation in officer positions.
1993–1999: Director of the Krasnodar Region Central Library.
1999–2003: Deputy General Director for Production at Kuban News.
Deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Krasnodar Region in the second, third and fourth convocations. Chairman of the Committee for Local Government, International Affairs, Migration Policy and Cossack Affairs in the Legislative Assembly of the second convocation, and Chairman of the Committee for Culture, Sport, Information Policy and Interaction with Public Associations in the Legislative Assembly of the third convocation.
2003–2007: Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in the fourth convocation, First Deputy Head of the Rodina fraction and First Deputy Head of the Property Committee.
2008–2011: Advisor to the Krasnodar Territory Governor.
January 2012: Member of the Military-Industrial Commission under the Government of the Russian Federation.
September 2012: Deputy Chairman of the Military-Industrial Commission.
November 2012: First Deputy Chairman of the Military-Industrial Commission.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Oboronprom United Industrial Corporation, United Aircraft Corporation, Tactical Missiles Corporation and Almaz-Antey PVO Concern, and member of the Supervisory Board of the United Rocket and Space Corporation.
Married with three children.