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Naina Yeltsina

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President  Boris Yeltsin
Role  Boris Yeltsin's wife
Name  Naina Yeltsina
Religion  Russian Orthodox
Succeeded by  Lyudmila Putina

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Full Name  Naina Iosifovna Girina
Born  14 March 1932 (age 83) Orenburg Region, Soviet Union (1932-03-14)
Spouse  Boris Yeltsin (m. 1956–2007)
Education  Ural State Technical University (1955)
Children  Tatyana Yumasheva, Elena Borisovna Okulova
Grandchildren  Gleb Dyachenko, Maria Yumasheva, Boris Yeltsin
Similar People  Boris Yeltsin, Tatyana Yumasheva, Valentin Yumashev, Raisa Gorbacheva, Lyudmila Putina

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Naina Iosifovna Yeltsina (Russian: Наина Иосифовна Ельцина, née Girina, Гирина; born 14 March 1932) is the widow of the first President of the Russian Federation, Boris Yeltsin.

Naina Yeltsina Presentation of state decoration awarded post mortem to

Naina Yeltsina was born in the Orenburg Oblast in 1932. After graduating from the construction faculty at the Ural Polytechnic Institute in Sverdlovsk in 1955, she worked with various projects at the Sverdlovsk Institute. In 1956, she married Boris Yeltsin, whom she met at the institute, and has lived in Moscow since 1985. They have two daughters, Yelena and Tatyana, born in 1957 and 1960, respectively.

Naina Yeltsina Presentation of state decoration awarded post mortem to

Naina Yeltsina was rarely seen in public. She accompanied her husband on some of his foreign visits, including 1997 visits to Sweden, Finland, and a 1999 visit to China. As a rule, Naina Yeltsina never interfered in her husband's political work. However, in the 1996 election campaign, she met with voters and gave interviews to the media. A major public appearance was the state funeral of her late husband in Moscow in April 2007.

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