Within the program Nuclear magnetic resonance of condensed matter 164 papers have been published in International scientific journals in the years 1999-2003 among them 11 in the leading journal Physical Review Letters. The work of the members of this programme team have been cited 1063 times in this period. The total number of citations is more than 12.000. The achievements include the introduction of the NMR method for the determination of the Edwards-Anderson parameter in relaxors, PRL 83, 424, (1999)), the discovery of phason percolation and self diffusion in quasicrystals PRL, 82, 572 (1999)), the discovery of a three-dimmensional incommensurate multi-soliton lattice in proustite, Phys. Rev. B 61, 1003 (2000), the transitio n from relaxor to a ferroelectric state, Phys. Rev. Lett. 84, 5892, (2000), the development of NMR technique for the determination of interlayer diffusion in antiferroelectric liquid crystals, Phys. Rev. E 62, R37, (2000), the development of a new NQR technique for mine detection (patent no. 20551C2001), the detection of the Jahn-Teller deformation of the C60 ions in the organic ferromagnet TDAE-C60 which is responsible for the high temperature of the ferromagnetic transition in this system (PRL, 88, 086402 (2002)), the discovery of the motion of Takagi defect in hydrogen bonded proton glasses (PRL, 88, 5501 (2002)), the dynamics of incommensurate modulation wave in BCPS (PRL, 88, 015701 (2002)), the first EPR study of quasicrystals (Phys. Rev. B 65, 064205 (2002)), the discovery of an order-disorder component in addition to the displacive one in BaTiO3 (PRL, 90, 7601 (2003)), the first direct experimental proof of the existence of ferroelectric nanoclusters inside a spherical glass matrix in relaxors (PRL, 91, 706 (2003)).