of Experimental Physics (RFNC-VNIIEF). His main activities are related to the development of the USSR and Russian nuclear weapons complex as well as the fuel and energy complex, including the nuclear power industry. He participated in the development of the CTBT and the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty at the Disarmament Conference held in Geneva. Ryabev was the Director of the All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics, U.S.S.R. Deputy Prime Minister and Head of the State Fuel and Energy Commission of the Cabinet of Ministers. He has more than 10 publications related to the nuclear weapons complex and the nuclear power industry. He was awarded Order of Lenin, two Orders of Badge of Honor, and a Medal of Honor. He received the U.S.S.R. State Prize, and Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation.
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