A few scientists sent to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin the letter in the dissertation of the Minister of culture Vladimir Medinsky. The text placed at the disposal "of the Tape.ru" on Monday, June 19.
Appeal "in support of scientific works "Problems of objectivity in the coverage of Russian history in the second half of the XV-XVII centuries" of doctor of historical Sciences Vladimir Medinsky" was signed by eight people.
According to the authors of the letter, the thesis of the official "is a new contribution to the development of historical science and its public and political life of modern Russia".
Among the signatories is a member of the dissertation Council for the defense of scientific degree in the Academy of national economy under the government of Russia Norik Muradyan, doctor of philosophy Valentin Karasev, honored worker of science of Russian Federation Grant Simonyan, doctor of law Yuri Golik, doctor of historical Sciences Stanislav Davydov, doctor of pedagogical Sciences Igor Eleferenko, doctor of philosophical Sciences Vladimir Mikhailov and doctor of historical Sciences Mikhail Myagkov.
It is noted that scientists, including addressed to the President asking him "to pay special attention to the relevance raised in the work of Medina problems in ensuring national security of Russia".
Earlier, the activists of "Discerneth" demanded to deprive Medina of a scientific degree, citing factual errors in his scientific work. Consideration of statements concerning the doctoral dissertation of the Minister appointed in July and is scheduled to be held in Belgorod state University.
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