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The new Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, who is a doctor of economic sciences and in the recent past the head of the Federal Tax Service, as it turned out, is a man gifted not only in economics, but also in art. It turns out that he is the author of music for two hits by Grigory Leps, and tries himself in other types of art. And the Russian prime minister is far from the only creative person among Russian politicians.
As soon as it became known about Vladimir Putin's proposal to approve Mikhail Mishustin as Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, the media immediately began to closely study the biography of the future prime minister. As it turned out, Mikhail Vladimirovich writes music, composes ditties, satirical couplets and epigrams. At the same time, he has already achieved certain successes: it is to his music that the songs "A Real Woman" and "Ash" were written, which Grigory Leps has been successfully singing for several years.
The representative of Mishustin tried to refute the authorship, referring to the talented namesake of the prime minister, but Alexander Vulykh, who wrote the poems for the song "Zola", assured journalists that the music was written by the former head of the Federal Tax Service and the newly appointed Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation.
In addition, it is known that since Mikhail Vladimirovich became the head of the Federal Tax Service of Russia, skits often began to take place in this department, in which employees perform converted songs, sing ditties and recite poetry. The leader himself is a fan of the Comedy Club, loves the work of Ivan Urgant and is personally acquainted with many famous performers and showmen.
The Director of the Information and Press Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is not only a well-known politician and diplomat, but also writes poetry and songs. During the opening of the 39th Moscow International Film Festival, the song "Bring Back the Memory" was performed by Nargiz Zakirova. Maria Vladimirovna Zakharova became the author of music and words in collaboration with Maral Yakshieva.
At the closing of the same film festival, Alexander Kogan also performed a song, the words and music to which were written by Maria Zakharova in collaboration with Kogan and Viktor Drobysh. Nikita Mikhalkov, the director and president of the show, persuaded the politician and diplomat to take part and present the compositions of the politician and diplomat.
The lyrics of the song "Full" by the performer Katya Lel were also written by Maria Zakharova. After meeting and talking with the singer, the politician took Katya Lel's story about her fate so close to her heart that she could not sleep, and in the morning she wrote the text, which became the basis for the new composition of the performer.
Aide to the President of the Russian Federation is known not only for his political activities, but also for his successes in the field of arts. He writes musical stories and symphonic music, plays the guitar himself and is a lover of rock music. The albums "Peninsula" and "Peninsula-2" by Vadim Samoilov were co-written with Vladislav Surkov. If in the first album the politician acted as the author of the lyrics, then in the second he also wrote music.
In 2009, in the supplement to the magazine "Russian Pioneer", a novel about corruption "Okolonol" was published by a certain Nathan Dubovitsky. Vladislav Surkov denied the authorship attributed to him and even wrote a review with sharp criticism of the work. However, on the same day, when his review of the novel came out, Vladislav Yuryevich, during literary readings, spoke about "Okolonol" in a completely different way. It is worth noting that the author's pseudonym is very consonant with the name of the politician's wife, Natalia Dubovitskaya. Later, the authorship of Vladislav Surkov was confirmed by writer Viktor Erofeev, politician Alexander Torshin and head of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs Vasil Yakemenko.
The chief speechwriter of Boris Yeltsin, Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev is a creative and talented person. She has not only a Ph.D. thesis in jurisprudence and many written speeches for three presidents of Russia, but also many poems to songs that listeners know and love.
Dzhakhan Pollyeva actively collaborates with Igor Krutoy and Igor Matvienko, and her songs are sung by Alla Pugacheva and Nikolay Baskov, Sati Casanova and Mark Tishman, Alexander Buinov and Victoria Deineko, Angelica Agurbash and the Fabrika group. Probably the most famous composition, the text of which was written by Jahan Pollyeva, is a song to the music of Konstantin Meladze "Blizzard Again", which was first performed in the film "Irony of Fate. Continuation".
In addition, Dzhakhan Pollyeva is fond of singing and writes, in addition to poetry, also stories. The politician recorded her own collection, which included romances by different authors performed by the politician. True, she distributed it only among friends.
Until recently, only the close circle of the politician knew about the poetic abilities of the Russian Foreign Minister. However, for the 60th anniversary of MGIMO, where he studied, a collection of poetry was released, in which, among others, the poems of Sergei Lavrov were published. The minister also published in the Russian Pioneer magazine. At the same time, it can be noted that the poetic works of Sergei Viktorovich are distinguished by deep meaning and, no doubt, belong to a talented person. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia is also the author of the anthem of MGIMO, and he himself sings songs with a guitar.
The history of Russia knows many cases when real talented personalities were involved in politics. However, some have become known precisely because of their creativity. Perhaps Lord Byron was right when he argued that writing poetry helps restless souls to find peace. However, poetry can have a healing effect not only on politicians, but also on ordinary people.
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