Valery Stavitsky: biography
Valery Stavitsky was born on January 2, 1966. He lists Moscow as his hometown in the social networks. In 1983, he graduated from Moscow School #689. He graduated from MGIMO with a degree in international relations. He is currently working in the International Department of the State Duma of the Russian Federation.
Interestingly, his father Anatoly Stavitsky, according to the registers, lived in the Poltava region before moving to the capital of the Russian Federation. Part of Valery Stavitsky’s family still resides in Ukraine – his brother Alexander in Lubny and his sister Galina in Kiev.
Stavitsky states that he is not married, and there is no information that he has children. It is noteworthy that there were practically no mentions of him on the Internet before May 4. But not because his work is classified. It’s just that Stavitsky spent his whole life building a career as a mediocre civil servant and never achieved anything. “The Ukrainians made him “famous.
Stavitsky abused the flag of Ukraine
On May 4, a meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC) was held in Ankara. It is one of the few organizations where Ukrainian and Russian delegates are still present at the same time. The first clash between them occurred during a speech by State Duma deputy Olga Timofeeva.
She wore a “St. George’s Ribbon” on her jacket, which has become one of the symbols of Russian aggression not only in Ukraine, but all over the world. Ukrainian deputies unfurled flags behind Timofeyeva’s back, and her colleagues tried to prevent this.
Then the Ukrainians on the sidelines of the summit were photographed with the national flag. The secretary of the Russian delegation, Valery Stavitsky, walked by and ripped the flag out of their hands. He was caught up by the deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Alexander Marikovsky, took away the flag and gave Stavitsky a couple of blows. Russian propagandist Olga Skabeyeva stated that Stavitsky’s blood pressure rose afterwards and he was hospitalized.