Full name: Kurginyan Sergey Ervandovich

Date of birth: November 14, 1949

Place of birth: Moscow, RSFSR, USSR

Address: Moscow.

Education: Moscow Geological Prospecting Institute, specialty – geophysicist


– Russian propagandist

– political figure

– theater director

– political scientist

Cell phone: +74959698044


Sergey Kurginyan was born on November 14, 1949, in Moscow.

In 1972, he graduated from the Moscow Geological Prospecting Institute with a degree in geophysics.

Since 1978, however, he has been a doctoral candidate. In 1974 – 1980. – In 1974 – 1980 he was a researcher of the Institute of Oceanology of the USSR Academy of Sciences, and in 1980 – 1986. – From 1974 to 1980 he was a senior researcher at the Institute of Oceanology of the USSR Academy of Sciences, and from 1980 to 1986 – a senior researcher at the Moscow Geological Exploration Institute. Since 1968 – theatrical director.

In 1988, in the midst of Gorbachev’s perestroika, during which Soviet citizens who disagreed with its doctrine and crimes gradually began to leave the ruling and the only party in the country, Kurginyan instead joined the party to help prevent the collapse of the USSR.

However, at the end of 1988, he approached the CPSU Central Committee with an offer of his services as an expert on interethnic conflicts in the USSR. His proposal was heard, and in December of that year, when the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh between its Armenian and Azerbaijani communities flared up, Kurginyan left for Baku. Upon his return from the capital of the Azerbaijan SSR, December 15, he published a brief report “Baku”, written for the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee.

After the collapse of the USSR in the 1990s, having maintained his personal “useful connections” among the former Soviet party leadership, which either retained power in the former Soviet republics (including Russia) or took over some big business, Kurginyan carried out all kinds of behind-the-scenes activities which are known only to a narrow circle of people.

But his influence was, by all accounts, not insignificant. In particular, he is credited with the appearance of the “Letter of 13” in 1996, which was signed by a number of Russian oligarchs. He himself maintains that it was not without his personal participation that General Alexander Lebed, secretary of the Russian Security Council and future governor of Krasnoyarsk, who refused to carry out the criminal orders of Kurginyan’s beloved GKChP, was dismissed that year.

Predisposition to Putinism:

During the first decade of Putin’s rule in Russia, Kurginyan was essentially out of the picture, but returned to politics at the beginning of 2011 – as a host of Internet video broadcasts under the general title of “The essence of time” and as the creator of a public movement of the same name.

However, in December 2011, he began to actively oppose the “white revolution” that began in the country after the regular elections to the State Duma in 2011-2012. In particular, his idea at the time was to create a broad anti-revolutionary coalition (as he himself called it, “anti-orange,” referring to the “First Maidan” in Ukraine in 2004-2005), which was eventually created, called the “Third Force.

In addition, the so-called “Anti-Orange Committee,” which included well-known propagandists such as Maxim Shevchenko, Mikhail Leontiev, and others.

In June 2014, however, Kurginyan arrived in Donetsk. In the midst of heavy fighting in the Donbass on July 7, he criticized Igor Strelkov, commander of the pro-Russian fighters in Slavyansk, accusing him of abandoning the city, trying to surrender Donetsk, and going to Russia to overthrow Putin. Later, in Donetsk, under the guards of the pro-Russian Vostok battalion, Kurginyan held a press conference.

To this day, Sergey Kurginyan’s main “political agenda” is the justification of Russian aggression against Ukraine, and the activists of the very extensive regional structure of “Suti Vremeni” are often the usual “Donbass” militants.

Thus, among other things, “The essence of time” supplied military equipment and parts of firearms to pro-Russian fighters in Donbass. Members of the movement were also volunteers in the “Vostok” battalion of fighters. The movement’s own volunteer unit, “The Substance of Time,” also took part in the Russian aggression against Ukraine in Donbass.

Terrorist Activities:

Such activities can be viewed as an attempt on the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the state of Ukraine, participation in a campaign of propaganda and public justification of the criminal policy of the Russian Federation against the state of Ukraine, active and active support of military aggression of the Russian Federation against the state of Ukraine resulting in the annexation of Crimea, occupation of part of Donbass and other large territories, cooperation with pro-Russian terrorist organizations, and similar actions.

Having considered all of the above facts, we can conclude that this is yet another anti-Ukrainian propagandist, an accomplice of Russian war criminals and occupants, who is a frequent guest of the propaganda media of Russia and an accomplice of the crimes of the Russian authorities against the state of Ukraine.