Members of the board

Avigdor Eskin

Famous Israel conservative journalist and political activist. Eskin was a founder of Israeli New Right movement together with the former MK Michael Kleiner and was behind the alliance between the Israeli right and American conservatives, led by senator Jesse Helms.

Additionally, he organised the arms supply to the anti-communist guerrillas in Nicaragua.

Eskin laid a Pulsa diNura death curse on Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin in 1995, in response to the Oslo Accords. The Pulsa diNura is generally believed to “work” within 30 days, and it was 32 days after Eskin’s curse that Rabin was assassinated by Yigal Amir. In May 2005, Eskin won a slander case that he filed against Barry Chamish. He later described Chamish as “heavy drinking person, who sucked his theories from the bottle”. Eskin led the campaign against the awarding of the title of Hero of Ukraine to Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych. The campaign attracted protests by 36 Israeli Knesset members and 10 members of the US Congress.


 

Adashkin Eduard  (Russia)

Higher education, graduated from the Krasnoyarsk Medical Academy and the Russian Academy of Public Service under the President of the Russian Federation with honors.
PhD in economics, he has several monographs and more than 50 publications on the regional economy and the psychology of management. Currently he is finishing his doctoral thesis in St. Petersburg State University of Economics.

He began his career in 1992, from 1992 to 1998 he was professionally engaged in business consulting and political consulting. From 1998 to 2000 he was the Head of the Charitable Fund and all-Russian political organizations headed by the governor of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, Lebed A.I.. Morevoer, he is the coordinator of the activities “of the peacekeeping mission in the North Caucasus.” From 2000 to 2003 – on the civil service positions in the Administration of the Krasnoyarsk Territory: Head of the Department of Tourism and spa complex; First Deputy Chief of the food resources and the consumer market. From 2003 to 2006 – Vice-president of the National Industrial Investment Fund.

In accordance with the order of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation of 06.06.2007 № 573-l he was appointed as Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federal Property Fund.

From 2008 – Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for State Property Management.
An author of more than 50 works on the regional economy and management, including the monograph “Strategy of socio-economic development of the large region of the Russian Federation” on the example of the united Krasnoyarsk Territory.


 

Jose F. Ramos (Angola – Sao Tome and Principe)

The founder, the Chairman of the Board and chief executive of Ridge Capital Holding, (assets of $ 6 billion) in Angola, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, China, Luxembourg and Portugal. Subsidiaries of the group work in the spheres of financial services, real estate, agriculture, aquaculture, industry and infrastructure construction. The owner of the investment bank and the asset management company in Egypt, Bahrain and Dubai, the owner of Dubai(UAE) International Financial Centre and Luanda in Angola. The Economic Adviser to the President of the Republic of Sao Tome and Principe.

Currently Jose F. Ramos is in the process of acquisition of commercial banks and insurance companies in Albania, Macedonia and Kosovo. Ridge Capital Holding is also a major developer in Angola and in other countries, a project “The Gardens of Eden” in Luanda is implemented over the area of 300 hectares with a capacity of more than 1 million sq.m. A project Ridge «Camarões» is the largest project of aquaculture in Africa with the production area of 1000 hectares and a productivity of 6,000 tons of shrimps per year.

Another direction of the group’s activity, headed by Jose Ramos, is to accelerate the development of agriculture; the area of implementation is 500 thousand hectares.

Jose F. Ramos supports the Arnold Janssen shelter, providing food, education and health care for hundreds of children. Since its foundation, the holding has become the general sponsor of athletes participating in the Paralympic Games from Angola. Jose F. Ramos is also a member of the Board of Directors of BSCSIF.

In November 2015, he received the Humanitarian Award, awarded by Mikiva Humanitrian Foundation (South Africa) in the category of “African Philanthropist.” The Fund recognizes the efforts and success of African and international public figures who have achieved tangible results in charity, peacemaking and culture.


 

Dragan Stanojevic (Serbia)

Famous Serbian political and international public figure. Political scientist, Head of the Parliament of the World Serbian diaspora. The Chairman of the International Eurasian organization. The economist, the owner of several companies that are engaged in international trade and construction.

Lives and works in Ukraine, Russia and Serbia.

In 1995, he moved to Ukraine in Dnipropetrovsk, worked there as a head of a private airline.
In 1999, he created the first Serb community in Ukraine (the first Serbian organization in the framework of the CIS) “Sveti Sava”.

In 1999, by the proposal of the Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Serbia, he was elected as a member of the Presidium of the World Cathedral. He organized a large number of conferences, forums and round tables. He participated in many television and radio programs. He is an honorary member of several international organizations, political parties, foundations and charitable organizations, organizations for the protection of human rights, Cossack General of UWC, the member of the Union of Cossacks of Russia.

During the elections of 2006 in Ukraine, at the Congress he was elected as the honorary chairman of the Presidium of the “Party of Putin’s policies.”

In 2008 he initiated and created the International Organization “United Serbian Diaspora of Eurasia”

In 2009, he was appointed as an ambassador for the CIS countries and the Republic of Serbian Krajina in exile.

In 2010, he was elected as a delegate to the Assembly of the Serbian Diaspora from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. He is lobbying the Russian-Serbian relations.

He participated in the parliamentary and presidential elections in Russia as an international observer and coordinator.

In the same position, he participated in the parliamentary elections in Ukraine.

In 2013, by the secret ballot he was elected as the president of the Parliament of the World Serbian diaspora.