Igor Ivanov

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Igor Sergeyevich Ivanov (born 23 September 1945) is a Russian politician who was Foreign Minister of Russia from 1998 to 2004. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Igor Ivanov has received more than 115,673 page views. His biography is available in 29 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 28 in 2019). Igor Ivanov is the 8,801st most popular politician (down from 8,515th in 2019), the 871st most popular biography from Russia (down from 815th in 2019) and the 245th most popular Russian Politician.

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  • 4.15

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  • 3.44

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among politicians, Igor Ivanov ranks 8,801 out of 15,710Before him are Bobby Sands, Count Kasimir Felix Badeni, Mostafa Chamran, Ghazi Muhammad, Firuz Shah Tughlaq, and Milton George Henschel. After him are Oskar Fischer, Peter Struve, Seyni Kountché, King Ling of Zhou, John A. Macdonald, and Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou.

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Among people born in 1945, Igor Ivanov ranks 178Before him are Panagiotis Pikrammenos, Assi Dayan, Steve Gadd, Fusako Shigenobu, Gabriela Andersen-Schiess, and Kim Larsen. After him are Catherine Spaak, Barbara Kruger, Dimitar Penev, David D. Friedman, John Banville, and Nikolai Tanayev.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Igor Ivanov ranks 871 out of 2,688Before him are Anatoly Tarasov (1918), Mikhail Miloradovich (1771), Patriarch Sergius of Moscow (1867), Mikhail Ulyanov (1927), Ghazi Muhammad (1795), and Marat Safin (1980). After him are Peter Struve (1870), Vasili Mitrokhin (1922), Ivan Mosjoukine (1889), Leah Goldberg (1911), Mintimer Shaimiev (1937), and Anna Kournikova (1981).


Among politicians born in Russia, Igor Ivanov ranks 245Before him are Alexander Izvolsky (1856), Fyodor Rostopchin (1763), Vladimir Kokovtsov (1853), Vasily Golovnin (1776), Patriarch Sergius of Moscow (1867), and Ghazi Muhammad (1795). After him are Peter Struve (1870), Mintimer Shaimiev (1937), Yegor Ligachyov (1920), Sergei Ivanov (1953), Andrey Andreyevich Andreyev (1895), and Alexander Shliapnikov (1885).