Dmitri Mishkin (Russian: Дмитрий Мишкин) is a fictional Russian Minister of Defence and a supporting character in the 2010 James Bond video game remake GoldenEye 007, voiced by Ed Stoppard. The character was loosely based on Tchéky Karyo's character from the 1995 film GoldenEye.
After tracking a stolen EMP-hardened helicopter to a remote Russian facility in Siberia, James Bond arrives too late to stop the theft of a GoldenEye weapons satellite; which is detonated by rogue Russian General Ourumov and the Janus Syndicate. Bond is able to rescue one of the facility's technicians, Natalya Simonova, before being arrested by the Russian army. Believing Bond and Natalya to be responsible for the GoldenEye blast, Russian Defense Minister Dmitri Mishkin interrogates the two inside the Military Intelligence Archives of St. Petersburg. Mishkin brands 007 a terrorist and threatens to have him executed, prompting a frustrated Natalya to reveal Ourumov's treachery; a fact which Mishkin appears to accept with surprising ease. However, Ourumov bursts into the room and shoots the Defense Minister and his guard with Bond's firearm, framing him for their deaths. He abducts Natalya and flees with 007 in pursuit.