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APPENDIX B: GLOSSARY

The following glossary contains names and brief descriptions of individuals and entities
referenced in the two volumes of this report. It is not intended to be comprehensive and is intended

only to assist a reader in the reading the rest of the report.

Agalarov, Aras

Agalarov, Emin

Akhmetov, Rinat

Akhmetshin, Rinat

Aslanov,
Dzheykhun (Jay)

Assange, Julian

Aven, Petr

Bannon, Stephen
(Steve)

Baranov, Andrey

Berkowitz, Avi

Boente, Dana

Bogacheva, Anna

Bessert, Thomas
(Tom)

Referenced Persons

Russian real-estate developer (owner of the Crocus Group); met Donald
Trump in connection with the Miss Universe pageant and helped arrange
the June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between Natalia Veselnitskaya
and Trump Campaign officials.

Performer, executive vice president of Crocus Group, and son of Aras
Agalarov; helped arrange the June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower
between Natalia Veselnitskaya and Trump Campaign officials.

Former member in the Ukrainian parliament who hired Paul Manafort to
conduct work for Ukrainian political party, the Party of Regions.

U.S. lobbyist and associate of Natalia Veselnitskaya who attended the
June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between Veselnitskaya and Trump
Campaign officials.

Head of US. department of the Internet Research Agency, which
engaged in an “active measures” social media campaign to interfere in
the 2016 US. presidential election.

Founder of WikiLeaks, which in 2016 posted on the internet documents
stolen from entities and individuals affiliated with the Democratic Party.

Chairman of the board of Alta-Bank who attempted outreach to the
Presidential Transition Team in connection with anticipated post-election
sanctions.

White House chief strategist and senior counselor to President Trump
(Jan. 2017 ~ Aug. 2017); chief executive of the Trump Campaign.

Director of investor relations at Russian state-owned oil company,
Rosneft, and associate of Carter Page.

Assistant to Jared Kushner.

Acting Attorney General (Jan. 2017 — Feb. 2017); Acting Deputy
Attorney General (Feb. 2017 — Apr. 2017).

Internet Research Agency employee who worked, on “active measures”
social media campaign to interfere in in the 2016 US. presidential
election; traveled to the United States under false pretenses in 20 ‘14.

Former homeland security adviser to the President who also, served as a
senior official on the Presidential Transition Team.

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