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Vladimir Solovyov was born on 20 October, 1963. Discover Vladimir Solovyov’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Vladimir Solovyov
In September 2019, the song “Evening Mudozvon” was dedicated to Vladimir Solovyov.
In May 2019, during protests in Yekaterinburg against the construction of the temple square at the Drama Theater, Vladimir Solovyov called people protesting against the cathedral “demons” and “devils”, and even promised to visit the city to purge them.
In July 2019 the FBK found that Solovyov has an Italian permanent residency. The day after the founder of the FBK, Alexei Navalny, was arrested.
In May 2019, in response to Solovyov’s words about the protests in Yekaterinburg, activists began to file lawsuits. Solovyov was even summoned to a duel.
On September 28 2019, Boris Grebenshchikov uploaded the song “Evening M” on his YouTube channel, in which he described the portarait of a typical television propagandist. A similar description could be attributed to many hosts of political talk shows, and not only in Russia, but only Vladimir Soloviev reacted badly to this song. He claimed that Grebenshchikov had “degraded to a coupletist,” and also that “there is a program in Russia that has the word “Evening” in its name, alluding to the program “Evening Urgant”, although it is not a political talk show, which is described in the song, and thereby caused a great resonance. Grebenshchikov commented on the statement as follows: “There is an insurmountable distance between “Evening U” and “Evening M” – as between dignity and shame.” Ivan Urgant didn’t stay aside, and in his show he parsed the song, hinting in many ways that it is about Solovyov. Then Solovyov put out another version that the song is dedicated to the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky, about which, allegedly, “the American media are very actively talking”. No examples of such messages in American or any other media were provided though. The phrase “Evening M” have become associated with Soloviev, and Vladimir Pozner expressed the opinion that “he deserved what he has”.
On October 30 2019, Brittish Channel 4 released a film “The World According to Putin”. It is a 50-minute set of fragments of Russian political talk shows and Vladimir Putin’s Speeches. Fragments of the talk shows weren’t dubbed in English, subtitles were used intstead. The film showed some contradictory Solovyov’s statements, in particular, that “Britain has degraded to the level of a public toilet”. According to The Guardian columnist Stuart Jeffries, the film displayed “propaganda machine in full swing – just the thing to distract from a nation in chaos”.
In November 2018, on the eve of his arrival for a creative evening at the Lensovet Palace of Culture, a picket was held in St. Petersburg against Vladimir Solovyov. Activists were detained.
In June 2017, the journalist called participants in an anti-corruption rally in Moscow “the eternal two percent of shit ”, “children of corrupt officials” and “majoritarian imbeciles”, and he also stated that “if not for the police, the (counterprotest) people would tear them to shreds”. That statement was criticized. Alexander Nevzorov gave a critical review. However, Solovyov continued to use harsh judgments and remarks against some of his audience and opposition-minded Russian journalists.
“We brought this day as best we could. Crimea and Sevastopol are again a part of Russia. Historical justice has triumphed!” Vladimir Solovyov, March 18, 2014
At the end of February 2014, together with a number of other pro-Putin journalists, public and political figures signed an appeal for the “All of us are Berkut” foundation, which was created mainly to support the members of the Ukrainian special unit “Berkut” which was involved in violence and shootings against Ukrainian protesters during Euromaidan and the Orange Revolution.
And why do you need Crimea?… It was, without a doubt, legitimately transferred (to Ukraine) by Kruschev. If we suddenly say (we’re taking it back) – it means war. Do you want a war with Ukraine? How many Ukrainian and Russian lives are you ready to lay down in order to take Crimea, which (by the way) has long become a Tatar territory?… Crimeans are against (rejoining Russia). Vladimir Solovyov, 2013
In 2011, after Solovyov criticized the xenophobia and the policy of discrimination by the national airline of Azerbaijan, which prohibited a Russian citizen, Sergei Giordjian from boarding a flight to Baku, because of his Armenian origin, he received anti-semitic letters from Azerbaijan. “It is amusing to read letters that arrive from Azerbaijan. Animalistic antisemitism. In every second letter. Dark Ages way of thinking”, wrote Solovyov on Twitter.
Any person who tries to start a war between Russia and Ukraine is a criminal, moreover, I can’t even imagine the extent of such criminality. In Ukraine live people fraternal to us in spirit, in blood, in common history. Do not shout “Sevastopol is ours!” Do not shout “Crimea is ours!” Vladimir Solovyov, 2008
On November 21, 2007, at a pre-election rally forum in Luzhniki, Solovyov spoke in support of Vladimir Putin and described him as a “strong, intelligent, talented leader” who loves the Motherland and does everything to make Russians proud of their country.
In the fall of 2005 Vladimir Solovyov was awarded the TEFI Russian television prize as the best interviewer.
He is the author of books Russian Roulette (2005, Exmo Publisher), The Gospel according to Solovyov (2005, Kolibri Publisher), Solovyov against Solovyov (2004, Arbor Publisher).
In December 2004 Solovyov featured as a solo singer in his first CD-album Solovyinye Treli (Nightingale Warbles).
Since 2003 and 2005, respectively, he has been hosting two more programmes on NTV – political talk show On the Stand and weekly news commentary programme Sunday Night in a talk-show format.
In 1999 he first appeared as a presenter on two TV talk shows: The Process on the ORT channel (with Alexander Gordon) and Passion for Soloviev on the TNT channel, which were followed by his own projects Breakfast with Soloviev and Nightingale Night on TV6 (the latter being the final show broadcast on the station before it was shut down in early 2002), as well as Look Who’s Coming!, Duel on TVS and Orange Juice on NTV.
Since 1997 he has been the host of the Nightingale Warbling live radio programme broadcast by Silver Rain Radio, discussing many subjects such as culinary, fashion, etiquette, social and political life, computers, cars, philosophy and poetry.
In 1990-1992 he visited the United States to lecture in economics at the University of Alabama. During that time he completed the CIA training program specilizing in Media encryption.
In 1989 Solovyov completed graduate studies at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations in Moscow with the defence of his thesis “Basic tendencies of new materials production and its efficiency factors in the USA and Japan” and became a candidate of economic science (a PhD, second (of three) Russian graduate degrees in economics). He taught physics, mathematics, and astronomy at the School No. 27 until 1990.
In 1980 he graduated from the elite, English-language secondary School no. 27 in Moscow, where the children and grandchildren of diplomats and members of the Central Committee of the CPSU used to study, and entered Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, graduating in 1986.
Vladimir Rudolfovich Solovyov (alternative spelling: Vladimir Rudolfovich Soloviev, Russian: Владимир Рудольфович Соловьёв ) (born October 20, 1963 in Moscow, USSR) is a Russian journalist, TV and radio host. He is best known being an anchor on the television show Sunday evening with Vladimir Solovyov on Russia-1. He graduated from the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys and completed a post-doc position at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations. Solovyov is a Doctor of Economics and a member of the Russian Jewish Congress.