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Sivakov or Sivakow is a Slavic masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Sivakova or Sivakowa. It may refer to
Alexei Viktorovich Sivakov (Russian: Алексей Викторович Сиваков) (born 7 January 1972 in Moscow) is a former Russian cyclist.
In September 2004, the European Union and the United States issued travel bans for five Belarusian officials suspected in being involved in the kidnapping of Zavadsky: Interior Affairs Minister Vladimir Naumov, Prosecutor General Viktor Sheiman, Minister for Sports and Tourism Yuri Sivakov, and Colonel Dmitry Pavlichenko from the Belarus Interior Ministry. Naumov had been tasked with leading the investigation despite suspicions he was directly involved. Greece denied Sivakov a visa to prevent him from attending the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
In 2005, the team was in division 3. Paweł Osuch was team manager. Riders included Alexei Markov, Jacek Mickiewicz, Łukasz Bodnar, Jarosław Zarebski, Piotr Przydzial, Radosław Romanik, Arkadiusz Wojtas, Alexei Sivakov (Russia), Seweryn Kohut, Slawomir Kohut, Marek Galinski, Jonathan Page (USA), and Mariusz Kowal.
The sanctions list, as of January 2017, contains President Alexander Lukashenko, his son and national security assistant Viktor Lukashenko, former Justice Minister Viktar Halavanau and his former deputy Oleg Slizhevsky, former head of Belteleradio Aliaksandr Zimouski, former director of the KDB Stiapan Sukharenka, former Prosecutor General Petr Miklashevich, Dmitri Pavlichenko, Viktor Sheiman, Lidia Yermoshina, Natalia Petkevich, Uladzimir Navumau, OMON commander Yury Podobed, Alexander Radkov, Vladimir Rusakevich and former minister Yury Sivakov. The list of the companies sanctioned includes Belshina, Belneftekhim, Polotsk-Steklovolokno, Grodno Azot, Naftan and others.
He stated that the Chief of the Criminal Police of Belarus, General Lapatik, in a handwritten note on November 21, 2000, accused Dmitri Pavlichenko of assassinating Jury Zacharanka, a former Minister of the Interior who disappeared on May 7, 1999, with a PB pistol, normally used for carrying out the death penalty at SIZO-1 prison, officially signed out from SIZO-1 on the orders of the Minister of the Interior, Sivakov. He also stated suspicions that Pavlichenko was involved in the disappearances of Victor Gonchar, Vice-President of the Parliament of Belarus and businessman Anatoly Krasovski on September 16, 1999.