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Wrong Rustam Inoyatov?

Mr. Rustam Inoyatov

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Background Information

Employment History

SNB

Chairman

National Security Services, Inc

Affiliations

Chairman, Committee On Protection
State Border

Member
The EU

Education

School of Eastern Culture at Tashkent State University

Web References (130 Total References)


PolitInfo US: Country Profile Uzbekistan

us.politinfo.com [cached]

Chairman, National Security Service--Rustam Inoyatov Chairman, committee on Protection of State Border-Gafurjon Tishaev Secretary, National Security Council-Gairat Oblayarov


National Security Committee (SNB) chief ...

registan.net [cached]

National Security Committee (SNB) chief Rustam Inoyatov is one of them: in place since 1995, he is the most powerful (and most feared) player in the country. He oversees the security services of Uzbekistan and virtually controls the military and defense structures of the country. His eyes are everywhere and his men have been placed to powerful positions at the presidential administration and embedded within the government. At 72 years old, he is rumored to be ill. Inoyatov was reportedly behind the systematic and voluntary destruction of Gulnara Karimova's business ventures and potential political future. She was placed under house arrest in 2014 on suspicions of money laundering, corruption, and embezzlement from telecom companies.

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This "compromise figure" would thus but controlled by the likes of Mirziyoyev and Inoyatov in order to ensure an "acceptable" transition.
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Mirziyoyev or someone from the Samarkand clan will head the country while Inoyatov and Azimov will keep brooding in the shadows.


Rustam Inoyatov: SNB vs ...

registan.net [cached]

Rustam Inoyatov: SNB vs MVD

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The SNB runs the country, and Rustam Inoyatov runs the SNB.
Col. Gen. Rustam Inoyatov, Chairman of the National Security Service (SNB), is regarded as one of the most powerful men in Uzbekistan. He was born on 22 June 1944 and graduated from the Tashkent Faculty of Oriental Studies, learning Farsi and English. He is also one of the heads of the influential Tashkent "clan," which is allied with the Ferghana clan. These two clans are based in Tashkent, Ferghana, Andijan and Namangan through their alliance.
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Karimov's solution for both problems was Inoyatov.
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Under Inoyatov, the SNB grew very quickly. They soon overtook the prosecutors, and the roles were reversed: now the SNB monitored them. By 1999, the SNB reached a level where they could challenge the MVD and the Samarqand clan. In January 1999, Inoyatov made his move: the Deputy Prime Minister Jurabekov was forced to resign. One month later there was a series of car bombings in Tashkent. ccording to some reports, the February 1999 Tashkent bombings were masterminded by the SNB under the leadership of Inoyatov against the MVD.
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Inoyatov most likely knew about this plan and let it happened anyway.
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According to a report published by the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, the rumour of Karimov's resignation due to health problems prompted Inoyatov and Almatov to try to seize power, and "both leaders considered coup d'états in 2004, early 2005, and in mid-2005. These "coup d'états" were more like confrontations between Inoyatov and Almatov that could eventually lead to the removal of Karimov.
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During this time, Inoyatov and Almatov both commanded independent and heavily-armed military units, trained and partially funded by the US. This was part of the deal in which Uzbekistan allowed the Americans to use its Khanabad military base in their war against the Taliban. Inoyatov's armed forces were smaller than Almatov's, but he did have a number of elite spetsnaz units, such as the Special-Purpose Unit Alpha, Special Recon Platoon Scorpion, and Special Unit Cobra (similar to the US Delta Force).
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At the beginning of 2005, Inoyatov was given control over the Customs Service and the 10,000 strong border security services as well as the river fleet, nearly doubling the number of troops under his control.
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This rapid shift in the security structures reflected the internal fight between Almatov and Inoyatov.
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A shakeup of the MVD and SNB security and counter-terrorism agencies considerably increased the power and resources of the SNB-a happy ending for Inoyatov, it seems. However, Inoyatov did not stop there. With the only person holding him back gone, he now had the freedom take over the whole government.
Inoyatov, Karimov, Almatov Inoyatov, Karimov, Almatov
When Karimov promoted Inoyatov to head the SNB, he most likely did not suspect that he would manage to avoid his meticulous system of checks and balances and would become the second most powerful man after him. Karimov brought Inoyatov to counter Almatov and not to turn into his rival.
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Whilst they work at these departments, SNB agents not only perform their official duties but also gather information for Inoyatov. Anyone critical of Inoyatov gets framed and removed. No state structure remained immune to this infiltration. Wikileaks cable revealed that the SNB "wields significant influence in the Presidential Apparat, with the National Security Council composed of professional [SNB] officers… [that] Inoyatov has personally endorsed… Two [SNB] officers also control the Senate and Legislative Chamber, providing instructions that guide their actions."
Salm Abduvaliev Salm Abduvaliev
With Almatov gone, Inoyatov began making indirect moves against Karimov.
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Inoyatov has "kompromat"… on Norov obtained from Norov's days as an ambassador in Europe, where he was allegedly involved in unspecified "shady dealings.
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Inoyatov is an expert on this type of espionage activity as one of his roles when he was promoted from the Uzbek KGB to the KGB USSR (1976-1981) was to work at Soviet embassies, and most likely his duties included monitoring Soviet ambassadors. After Norov, Abdualaziz Komilov was appointed Foreign Minister, who was the "head of the Uzbek KGB" until Karimov replaced him with Inoyatov in 1995.
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Inoyatov, who was supposed to be Karimov's man against Almatov turned the tables, and like Putin did in Russia, put the whole country under his influence. Karimov is cut off from information that Inoyatov doesn't want him to know.
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Every new wave of anti-government resentment that briefly erupts in Uzbekistan is used by Inoyatov for his own advantage.
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This article is a support of Shavkat Mirziyoev,current prime minister in Uzbekistan,who craves for the presidentship and want to defamate Inoyatov.Clear picture of struggling against the rivals.However,Inoyatov would like to see his own son as a next President. ho wouldn't?
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The article says that Inoyatov took over the border and customs control during this period. But the article also says that Inoyatov and the SNB were behind the protests as a move against Begaliyev.
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But, considering Inoyatov has been in power for almost ten years (since 2005, right?), Alexandre's inferences and speculations make sense to me. I would not be surprised if Inoyatov has something quite big against IAK and his family too. That has been keeping him from losing his job (and his head most likely) for almost a decade.


Rustam Inoyatov: SNB vs MVD – Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan

en.hrsu.org [cached]

Rustam Inoyatov: SNB vs MVD

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Post image for Rustam Inoyatov: SNB vs MVD
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The SNB runs the country, and Rustam Inoyatov runs the SNB.
Col. Gen. Rustam Inoyatov, Chairman of the National Security Service (SNB), is regarded as one of the most powerful men in Uzbekistan. He was born on 22 June 1944 and graduated from the Tashkent Faculty of Oriental Studies, learning Farsi and English. He is also one of the heads of the influential Tashkent "clan," which is allied with the Ferghana clan. These two clans are based in Tashkent, Ferghana, Andijan and Namangan through their alliance.
...
ccording to some reports, the February 1999 Tashkent bombings were masterminded by the SNB under the leadership of Inoyatov against the MVD.
...
Inoyatov most likely knew about this plan and let it happened anyway.
...
According to a report published by the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, the rumour of Karimov's resignation due to health problems prompted Inoyatov and Almatov to try to seize power, and "both leaders considered coup d'états in 2004, early 2005, and in mid-2005. These "coup d'états" were more like confrontations between Inoyatov and Almatov that could eventually lead to the removal of Karimov.
...
Inoyatov's armed forces were smaller than Almatov's, but he did have a number of elite spetsnaz units, such as the Special-Purpose Unit Alpha, Special Recon Platoon Scorpion, and Special Unit Cobra (similar to the US Delta Force).
...
At the beginning of 2005, Inoyatov was given control over the Customs Service and the 10,000 strong border security services as well as the river fleet, nearly doubling the number of troops under his control.
...
This rapid shift in the security structures reflected the internal fight between Almatov and Inoyatov.
...
A shakeup of the MVD and SNB security and counter-terrorism agencies considerably increased the power and resources of the SNB-a happy ending for Inoyatov, it seems. However, Inoyatov did not stop there. With the only person holding him back gone, he now had the freedom take over the whole government.
...
Wikileaks cable revealed that the SNB "wields significant influence in the Presidential Apparat, with the National Security Council composed of professional [SNB] officers… [that] Inoyatov has personally endorsed… Two [SNB] officers also control the Senate and Legislative Chamber, providing instructions that guide their actions."
Salm Abduvaliev
With Almatov gone, Inoyatov began making indirect moves against Karimov.
...
Inoyatov has "kompromat"… on Norov obtained from Norov's days as an ambassador in Europe, where he was allegedly involved in unspecified "shady dealings.
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After Norov, Abdualaziz Komilov was appointed Foreign Minister, who was the "head of the Uzbek KGB" until Karimov replaced him with Inoyatov in 1995.
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Inoyatov, who was supposed to be Karimov's man against Almatov turned the tables, and like Putin did in Russia, put the whole country under his influence. Karimov is cut off from information that Inoyatov doesn't want him to know.
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Every new wave of anti-government resentment that briefly erupts in Uzbekistan is used by Inoyatov for his own advantage.
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Posted by admin at 15:08Tagged with: Dilyor Jumabayev, Gulnara Karimova, Kadyr Gulyamov, Kobiljon Obidov, Mamadali Makhmudov, Mukhammad Salikh, Rustam Azimov, Rustam Inoyatov, Salim Abduvaliev, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Zokir Almatov


Registan.net

registan.net [cached]

National Security Committee (SNB) chief Rustam Inoyatov is one of them: in place since 1995, he is the most powerful (and most feared) player in the country. He oversees the security services of Uzbekistan and virtually controls the military and defense structures of the country. His eyes are everywhere and his men have been placed to powerful positions at the presidential administration and embedded within the government. At 72 years old, he is rumored to be ill. Inoyatov was reportedly behind the systematic and voluntary destruction of Gulnara Karimova’s business ventures and potential political future. She was placed under house arrest in 2014 on suspicions of money laundering, corruption, and embezzlement from telecom companies.

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This “compromise figure� would thus but controlled by the likes of Mirziyoyev and Inoyatov in order to ensure an “acceptable� transition.
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Mirziyoyev or someone from the Samarkand clan will head the country while Inoyatov and Azimov will keep brooding in the shadows.

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