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Who is Alexander Korzhakov?
Alexander Korzhakov: Alexander Vasilyevich Korzhakov is a former KGB general who served as Boris Yeltsin's bodyguard, confidant, and adviser for eleven years. He was the head of the Presidential Security Service in 1993–1996, State Duma deputy, and retired Lieutenant-general. Korzhakov had been Yeltsin's bodyguard since 1985, and on 19 August 1991, he stood next to his boss on top of a tank during Yeltsin's historic speech.
- also known as Коржаков, Александр Васильевич
- born on (65 years ago) in Moscow
- religion: Russian Orthodox Church
- profession: Politician
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