|3rd President of Ceresnia|
|Assumed office |
January 25, 2013
|Prime Minister||Barbara Talarova|
|Preceded by||Andrei Rogorov|
|1st Chairman of the Left|
|Assumed office |
December 8, 2012
|Preceded by||Post established|
|Succeeded by||Petr Kozakov|
|Born|| Gregori Vostrikov|
May 9, 1967
Avov, Hranov Oblast, Ceresnian People's Republic
|Political party||Left (2012–present)|
|Spouse(s)||Olga Kuraia (m. 1984)|
|Children||Igor Vostrikov (b. 1995)|
|Residence||Pristigova Palace, Trofis|
|Alma mater||University of Hranov|
|Allegiance||Ceresnian People's Republic|
|Service/branch||People's Land Forces|
|Years of service|| 1985–1988|
Gregori Vostrikov (born May 9, 1967) is a Ceresnian politician and lawyer who has served as the third President of Ceresnia since 2013. He was elected in the 2012 presidential election, which he won against Andrei Gomitriev, while Barbara Talarova became the Prime Minister of Ceresnia after she won against Petr Užbankov. He is also Chairman of the Left party since its founding in 2012.
Vostrikov succeeded long-time President of Ceresnia, de jure democratic head of state, de facto dictator, Andrei Rogorov, who was ousted for gross violations of human rights during his office term.
Vostrikov was born at his parents' farm in Avov in the Hranov Oblast of Ceresnia on 13 August 1967. He is the son of Branislav and Kristina Vostrikov. His father was employed as a automobile manufacturing factory worker and his mother was a housewife, taking care of their farm. When Vostrikov was aged two, his parents moved to Hranov. He was raised there, and lived there for the major part of his childhood. He attended Anatol Hermenov High School, Hranov, a school in Ceresnia with one of the highest rankable levels.
Vostrikov studied law in the University of Hranov, yet then moved on to politics after he left. He was interested in the center-left.