Representative of Russia in MAG IGF, Center for Global IT Cooperation
Representative of Russia in MAG IGF, Center for Global IT Cooperation. Dr. Roman Chukov has graduated with bachelor and master's degree (cum laude) from the School of International Relations, St. Petersburg State University.
He holds a PhD degree in political science, has a number of scientific publications on G7, G20 and BRICS and was twice awarded by the state for working at the Russian G20 and BRICS presidencies in 2013-2015.
For more than ten years Roman has been involved in the G8, G20 and BRICS engagement groups on behalf of Russia. He serves as Chair of the Board at the Russian Centre for Promotion of International Initiatives and Research Fellow at the Institute of Economy of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
In 2018 he has been elected and appointed by the UN Secretary General as a Russian representative in the Multistakeholder Advisory Group Member of the UN Internet Governance Forum (MAG IGF).