Senior Officials of the Belarus President Administration

Igor Sergeyenko

Igor Sergeyenko

Head of the Administration of the President.

Igor Sergeyenko was born in the village of Stolitsa, Sharkovshchina District, Vitebsk Oblast, in 1963.

He graduated from Belarusian State University named after Vladimir Lenin in 1984, the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus in 2006.

In 1984-1986 he served in the Armed Forces.

In 1986-1988 Igor Sergeyenko worked as head of the academic and methodological office of the Communist Party History and Political Economy Department at Vitebsk State Medical University.

In 1988-1989 he studied at the Higher School of the State Security Committee of the USSR.

In 1989-2010 Igor Sergeyenko held various posts at the State Security Committee of Belarus.

He was appointed Head of the Mogilev Oblast Department of the State Security Committee in 2010; First Deputy Chairman for Counter-Intelligence of Belarus’ State Security Committee in 2013.

In 2014-2019 he worked as First Deputy Chairman of the State Security Committee of Belarus.

In December 2019 Igor Sergeyenko was appointed Head of the Belarus President Administration.

Maksim Ryzhenkov

Maksim Ryzhenkov

First Deputy Head of the Administration of the President.

Maksim Ryzhenkov was born in Minsk in 1972.

In 1994 he graduated from Belarusian State University (Law Department) where he majored in international law.

In 2003 he received a diploma in state and local administration from the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus.

In 1994-1996 he worked at the Central Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus.

In 1996-2000 he worked at the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the State of Israel.

In 2000-2003 he worked as Head of the OSCE and the Council of Europe Unit at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus.

In 2003-2005 he was Minister Counselor of the Belarusian Embassy in the Republic of Poland.

In 2005-2006 he was Head of the Americas Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus.

In 2006-2012 Maksim Ryzhenkov worked as Head of the Foreign Policy Department at the Belarus President Administration.

In 2012-2014 he worked as Belarus President’s Aide for Physical Education, Sport and Tourism.

In 2015-2017 Maksim Ryzhenkov was First Vice President of the National Olympic Committee of Belarus.

In December 2016 he was appointed First Deputy Head of the Administration of the President.

Olga Chupris

Olga Chupris

Deputy Head of the Administration of the President.

Olga Chupris was born in Minsk in 1969.

In 1992 she graduated from Belarusian State University where she majored in law. Doctor of Law, Professor.

In 1992 she worked as a public notary at the public notary’s office of the Moskovsky District of Minsk (reporting to the Department of Justice of the Executive Committee of the Minsk City Council of Deputies).

In 1992-1997 Olga Chupris attended postgraduate courses at Belarusian State University.

In 1997-2004 she worked as a lecturer, senior lecturer, assistant professor at the Constitutional Law Department of the Law Faculty of Belarusian State University.

In 2004-2005 Olga Chupris served as Deputy Director for Academic Work at the Law College of Belarusian State University.

In 2005-2010 she worked as assistant professor at the Constitutional Law Department of the Law Faculty of Belarusian State University.

In 2010-2015 Olga Chupris served as Vice Dean of the Law Faculty of Belarusian State University.

In 2015-2018 she worked as head of the Public Administration Department of Belarusian State University.

In 2018-2019 Olga Chupris worked as Vice Rector for Academic Work and Educational Innovations at Belarusian State University.

In December 2019 Olga Chupris was appointed Deputy Head of the Administration of the President.

Dmitry Krutoi

Dmitry Krutoi

Deputy Head of the Administration of the President

Dmitry Krutoi was born in the village of Belynichi, Mogilev Oblast in 1981.

He graduated from the Belarusian State Technological University in 2003, the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus in 2010.

From August 2003 to 2004 Dmitry Krutoi worked as engineer at the Department of Economic Management in the Chemical and Forestry Industries of the Belarusian State Technological University, a postgraduate student.

In 2004-2006 he worked as senior, chief economist of the labor remuneration and pricing sector of the Economy and Investment Department of the Forestry Ministry.

In 2006-2014 Dmitry Krutoi worked as Deputy Head of the Forestry Management Department of the Main Directorate for Agribusiness and Forestry of the Economy Ministry; Deputy Head of the Main Directorate for Agribusiness and Forestry – Head of the Forestry Department.

In 2014 he was appointed Deputy Economy Minister. In 2017 – First Deputy Economy Minister.

In August 2018 Dmitry Krutoi was appointed Belarus’ Economy Minister.

In September 2018 he became a representative of the state in the Development Bank.]In December 2019 Dmitry Krutoi was appointed First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus.

In May 2020 he was also appointed Chairman of the Entrepreneurship Development Council.

In June 2020 Dmitry Krutoi was appointed Deputy Head of the Administration of the President.

Igor Lutsky

Deputy Head of the Administration of the President.

Igor Lutsky was born in Stolin, Brest Oblast, in 1972.

In 1994 he graduated from the Belarusian State University; in 2000 – from the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus.

In 1995-2000 Igor Lutsky worked as first category specialist, senior specialist, chief specialist, head of the database design and administration department of the Ministry of State Property Management and Privatization of the Republic of Belarus.

In 2000-2002 he worked as consultant, head of the informatics and automation equipment department of the Belarus President’s office.

In 2002-2004 Igor Lutsky worked as head of the informatics and automation equipment department of the main department of document support and information technologies of the board of the Council of the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus.

In 2004-2006 – as deputy director general of the Belarusian Telegraph Agency.

In 2006-2008 – as director of the private unitary enterprise Novoye Radio.

In 2008-2014- as first deputy director general of the Belarusian Telegraph Agency.

In 2014-2018 Igor Lutsky worked as First Deputy Information Minister. In 2018-2020 he led ZAO Stolichnoye Televideniye. In June 2020 he became Belarus’ Information Minister.

In April 2021 Igor Lutsky was appointed Deputy Head of the Administration of the President.