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Valentyn Zghursky
Валентин Згурський
Head of the Executive Committee of the Kiev City Council

In office
November 1, 1979 – January 17, 1990
Preceded by Volodymyr Husiev
Succeeded by Mykola Lavrukhin (Head of the Executive Committee of the Kiev City Council) and Arnold Nazarchuk (Head of the Kiev City Council)
Personal details
Born (1927-02-09)February 9, 1927
Birzula, Moldavian ASSR, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Died October 24, 2014(2014-10-24) (aged 87)
Kiev, Ukraine
Nationality Ukrainian
Political party Communist Party of Ukraine (1946-1990)
Alma mater Kiev Polytechnic Institute
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Valentyn Arsentiyovych Zghursky (Ukrainian language: Валентин Арсентійович Згурський ) was a head of the Executive Committee of the Kiev City Council.

Biography[]

During World War II as a teenager he worked on Soviet railways. After graduating the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in 1954 as an electrical engineer, in 1950s-1970s Zghursky worked at the Soviet Defense company "Radiopribor" (Radio Instrument) in Kiev making there a career and eventually becoming its general director (1973-1979). Radiopribor was also known as the Korolyov Production Union.

After fall of the Soviet Union in 1994 Radiopribor was transformed into Meridian Factory.[1]

Honours and awards[]

See also[]

  • Ihor Surkis

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