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Lykov, Nikolai Ivanovich

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Born May 12, 1936 in the Kursk region in a family of collective farmers. Father - Lykov Ivan Semenovich (1908-1957). Mother - Lykova Pelageya Yegorovna (1902-1982). Wife - Lykova Valentina (1937g.rozhd.). Daughter - Lykova Elena (1960g.rozhd.).

He graduated from vocational school N12, Leningrad Institute of Soviet Trade name of Engels (1966), Moscow Institute of Management, Academy of National Economy under the USSR Council of Ministers.

He began his career at age 14. Since 1953 he worked as a patternmaker wood on Nevsky Machine-Building Plant named after VI Lenin. In 1955 he joined the Soviet Army for two years served in the Air Division in the position of manager for flights, flights and landings. After demobilization he returned to the former place of work.

In 1958, NI Lykov was elected to the post of Deputy Secretary of the Komsomol Committee Nevsky Engineering Plant. Since 1959, he successively worked as an instructor, the head of the organizational department, the secretary of the Nevsky district committee of the Komsomol Leningrad (1959-1961), instructor of the Leningrad Regional Committee of the Komsomol (1961-1962), instructor of Nevsky District Party Committee (1962-1965)

. From 1965 until December 1969 worked as deputy director for logistics and commercial provision Leningrad paper mill behalf Volodarskogo and director of the Leningrad State Technical Paper mill Minbumproma USSR
.

In 1969, NI Lykov appointed Deputy Chief of the "Soyuzglavbum" when Gossnab USSR. From 1972 to 1978 he worked as an instructor department planning and financial authorities of the Central Committee of the CPSU, where he focused on the analysis of the functioning of organizations associated with the logistics. In May 1978 he was appointed to the post of Chief of the "Soyuzglavtara" when Gossnab USSR. At the same time he was the chairman of the Technical Committee of the USSR for Standardization of packaging "ISO" to the UN

. In August 1986, NI Lykov transferred to the post of deputy chairman of USSR State Committee on Television and Radio, . and after the reorganization committee of the All-Union State Broadcasting Company as Vice Chairman of the company deals with economic, . industrial and economic, . commercial, . and construction,


. In November 1991, NI Lykov was appointed as the executive director of the General Directorate, . and after the formation of Russia State Television and Radio Company Ostankino - General Director General of Executive Directorate, . member of the Board of Directors RGTRK "Ostankino", . which acted to address the industrial and economic and social problems in the company and its subsidiaries,
.

In 1992, NI Lykov was team leader of financial and economic management of the Supreme Council of Russia. From 1992 to 1997 worked as Chairman of the Board - Executive Director of JSC "Leskontrakt, as well as director of the Federal Contract Corporation" Roskontrakt "

. Since 1997, the current deputy director general - administrative director of the Moscow Independent Broadcasting Corporation, TV-6 Moscow ", . and a member of the presidium of the Moscow press club of the International NGO,
.

N. Lykov - a member of the Journalists Union of Russia (1978), author of numerous publications in the periodical press, including newspapers, Pravda, Izvestia, "Socialist Industry," Trud "," Komsomolskaya Pravda ", the magazine Ogonyok etc.. In 1980-1986 years he served as a member of the editorial board of the Industrial Transport of the USSR ".

From 1987 to 1992 N. Lykov Skating Federation head of the USSR. Member of the National Olympic Committee of Russia. N. Lykov happened last time to present medals of the USSR Cup Speed Skating on highland Medeu.

Awarded the Order of Honor (1981), three medals, a sign of "Honorary radioman USSR. During the development and introduction of advanced types of packaging won three medals of the USSR VDNKh. His achievements in the workplace, in sports and social activities are marked 15 with Diplomas. For active participation in the preparation and conduct of the XII International Festival of Youth and Students, as well as in celebration of the anniversary of Komsomol was awarded two plaques of the Central Committee of Komsomol.

He is fond of basketball, volleyball, cycling. Sam played basketball and handball teams of military districts, cities and republics. A winner of championships of the Soviet Army and the RSFSR. While working in Radio and Television of the USSR was the Chairman of the organizing committees of the same sports days, which was attended by many prominent athletes. Sam was repeatedly won the Olympics. We have continued to regularly attend various competitions in speed skating, figure skating, boxing, gymnastics, football.

In his spare time is always at the Conservatory and at sporting events. He likes classical music and folk songs. The very happy to sing and sometimes dance. Is friends with many famous artists, athletes, composers, journalists and people who are not envious, but easy on the rise ".

In Lykov family live and their pets - a boxer and a cat Beata Nahum.

Lives and works in Moscow.

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