Alexei Kudrin and the Yeltsin Center expressed their condolences on the death of Gennady Burbulis. The politician died in Baku at the age of 76 condolences on the death of Gennady Burbulis” />
Secretary of State and First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in 1991-1992, Gennady Burbulis, who died at the age of 76, did a lot for the country. This was stated by the head of the Accounts Chamber Alexei Kudrin in his Telegram channel.
“The First Deputy Prime Minister of the Yeltsin Reform Government Has Passed Away” Gaidar Gennady Burbulis. He did a lot for the country. Blessed memory»,— wrote Kudrin.
In addition to Kudrin, the press service of the Yeltsin Center, with which Burbulis collaborated, expressed condolences to the family of the politician. “Gennady Eduardovich did not hold positions in the presidential center, but the People’s University of Modern Constitutionalism, which he founded, became an integral part of the Yeltsin Center; in Yekaterinburg»,— the message says.
The death of Burbulis became known on the evening of June 19. He died in a hotel in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, where he took part in the Global Forum. The Russian embassy in Azerbaijan told TASS that the consular services are providing “the necessary assistance” on the death of a politician. The diplomatic mission also expressed its condolences to the family and friends of Burbulis.
Burbulis was a member of the inner circle of Boris Yeltsin and was one of the main actors in the preparation of the Belovezhskaya Pact, which formalized the collapse of the USSR. The document stated that “The Union of the SSR as a subject of international law and geopolitical reality ceases to exist.”
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According to Haqqin.az, on the sidelines of the forum, the journalists of the publication asked Burbulis how he feels about “modern Russia's attempts to revive the USSR”, to which the politician replied: “This is nonsense and utopia. It is impossible to restore the USSR.
The Belovezhskaya agreements were concluded on December 8, 1991 between Belarus, Ukraine and Russia as countries— founders of the USSR. Two other signatories of the agreements died this spring: the first leader of independent Belarus, Stanislav Shushkevich, and the first president of Ukraine, Leonid Kravchuk.