|Name Genrikh Borovik|
|Spouse Galina Borovik|
Children Artyom Borovik
|Education Moscow State Institute of International Relations|
Grandchildren Khristian Borovik, Maksimilian Borovik
Similar People Artyom Borovik, Alexander Bovin, Igor Fesunenko, Ziya Bazhayev, Vsevolod Vladimirovich Ovchinnikov
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Genrikh Averyanovich Borovik (Russian: Ге́нрих Аверьянович Борови́к; born 16 November 1929 in Minsk) is a Soviet and Russian publicist, writer, playwright and filmmaker, the father of journalist Artyom Borovik.
According to Vasili Mitrokhin, Borovik was a KGB agent in the United States, one of whose successful projects was promotion of false John F. Kennedy assassination theories through writer Mark Lane.
In 1967, as senior APN correspondent in the USA, Borovik was reported to have "sounded out the possibility of broadcasting a program about Vietnam on the network of one of the largest American television corporations".
He also wrote a book about famous Soviet spy Kim Philby.
Borovik was the fourth and the last chairman of the Soviet Peace Committee, in the years 1987–1991.