Vladimir Milov

Vice President, International Advocacy

Vladimir Milov is a Russian opposition politician, publicist, economist, and energy expert. In 1997-2002, Mr. Milov had worked with the Russian Government (Federal Energy Commission and Ministry of Energy), including being a Deputy Energy Minister in 2002. He was the author of concept of breaking up and unbundling Gazprom vetoed by Vladimir Putin.

Later, Mr. Milov became one of the major public critics of Vladimir Putin, working closely with late opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, and later - as an advisor to the late Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny. Research Associate at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies in Brussels, Vice President of the Free Russia Foundation (Washington D.C.). Currently based in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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