Mykola Azarov

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Mykola Yanovych Azarov (Ukrainian: Мико́ла Я́нович Аза́ров; Pakhlo; Cyrillic: Пахло; born 17 December 1947) is a Ukrainian politician who was the Prime Minister of Ukraine from 11 March 2010 to 27 January 2014. He was the First Vice Prime Minister and Finance Minister from 2002 to 2005 and again from 2006 to 2007. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mykola Azarov has received more than 218,295 page views. His biography is available in 50 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 49 in 2019). Mykola Azarov is the 3,012th most popular politician (up from 6,273rd in 2019), the 301st most popular biography from Russia (up from 594th in 2019) and the 96th most popular Politician.

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Among politicians, Mykola Azarov ranks 3,012 out of 15,577Before him are Siad Barre, Palamedes, Emperor Go-Daigo, Rudolf Kjellén, Philopoemen, and Albert V, Duke of Bavaria. After him are Pavlo Skoropadskyi, George Vella, Giuseppe Guarneri, Gnaeus Domitius Corbulo, Princess Charlotte of Wales, and Seongjong of Goryeo.

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Among people born in 1947, Mykola Azarov ranks 53Before him are James Woods, Megawati Sukarnoputri, Rob Rensenbrink, Jonathan Pryce, Bruno Latour, and Mohammad Najibullah. After him are Richard Dreyfuss, Kevin Kline, Tostão, Sofia Rotaru, Jonathan Banks, and Carles Rexach.

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Among people born in Russia, Mykola Azarov ranks 301 out of 3,262Before him are Nikolai Kondratiev (1892), Feodor Chaliapin (1873), Andrey Markov (1856), Viktor Vasnetsov (1848), Ferdinand von Wrangel (1797), and Viktor Shklovsky (1893). After him are Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (1831), Vitaly Ginzburg (1916), Patriarch Nikon of Moscow (1605), Alexei Grigoryevich Orlov (1737), Lydia Litvyak (1921), and Vasily Arkhipov (1926).


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