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Ivan Silayev
Ива́н Сила́ев

In office
6 September 1991 – 25 December 1991
Preceded by Valentin Pavlov
Succeeded by None (Soviet Union dissolved)

Born 21 October 1930 (1930-10-21) (age 79)
Baktyzino, Soviet Union
Nationality Russian
Political party Independent

Ivan Stepanovich Silayev (Russian: Ива́н Степа́нович Сила́ев; born on 21 October 1930 in Baktyzino, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia, USSR) is a Russian political figure. He served as the Prime Minister of Russia from 15 June 1990 to 26 September 1991 and was also the last Premier of the Soviet Union from September 6, 1991 to December 25, 1991.

Silayev graduated from Kazan Aviation Institute in 1954 with the specialty of mechanical engineer. He worked at the Gorky Aviation Plant (Gorky is now Nizhny Novgorod), advancing from the lowest level in 1954, when he started, to the CEO of the plant (1971-1974). After that he moved to Moscow to work in the Soviet government. He served as Deputy Minister of Aviation Industry of the Soviet Union (1974-1977), First Deputy Minister of Aviation Industry of the Soviet Union (1977-1980), Minister of Machine-Tool Construction and Tool Production Industry of the Soviet Union (1980-1981), Minister of Aviation Industry of the Soviet Union (1981-1985), and First Deputy Prime Minister of the Soviet Union (1985-1990). After being replaced as the Prime Minister of Russia by Boris Yeltsin, he served as Russia's representative to the European Community (1992-1994).

Political offices
Preceded by
Aleksandr Vlasov
Prime Minister of Russia
1990-1991
Succeeded by
Oleg Lobov
Preceded by
Valentin Pavlov
Premier of the Soviet Union
6 September 1991–25 December 1991
Succeeded by
Post abolished
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