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Soviet ambassador to the United States and to the United Nations (1909-1989)

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Opening the meeting, Yevgeny Gromyko noted a significant contribution of small farms in rural development in Russia, including Stavropol region, and said that at present the Russian Ministry of Agriculture in accordance with the Law of the Russian Federation dated May 14, 1993 ?
Gromyko was concerned about the danger of partition, but "the Turkish answer appeared to satisfy him.
Years later, the USSR's Andrei Gromyko revealed that he, too, had "helped to draft the UN Charter," and he was especially proud of the role he had played in the inclusion of UN authority to send military forces into any country.
Summary: You know something is not right in Russia when the foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, sounds increasingly like Andrei Gromyko.
The sound of the president's children Caroline and John Jr playing outside the Oval Office is part of a recording during which he introduces them to Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko who can be heard telling Kennedy: "They are very popular in our country.
The former Prime Minister, William McMahon, had raised the matter with both the Soviet Ambassador in Australia and with Gromyko in New York, and Erell was sure that Patolichev would be conversant with this.
But such analogies cut no ice at all with the Soviet Ambassador Gromyko, and they were to cut no ice with the US itself either.
Gromyko, this is exactly what the distinction allows to do, for the distinction is the main logical unit organizing discourse in a communication (Sokolowski 1979; Gromyko 1993).
Andropov, Gromyko, and Chernenko clearly discussed their understanding of armed intervention and its predicted international reprisals.
In August 1984, following what was arguably the most dangerous 18 months of the Cold War since the Cuban Missile Crisis, we witnessed him weighing Secretary of State Shultz's information that Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko might be interested in a meeting with the president during the UN General Assembly.
11) In a passionate speech that broke completely with traditional communist views, Gromyko emphasized the significance of Jewish oppression, the experience of 'almost complete physical annihilation' during the Holocaust, and the continuing plight of the survivors who had lost their homes and livelihood.
And why did Kissinger and Nixon, having been warned by Brezhnev and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko in fairly explicit terms in the summer and fall of 1973 about the danger in the Middle East, fail to see the war coming or take action to prevent it?
Gromyko justified the renewal of the mandate of the then secretary general of the United Nations, the Austrian Kurt Waldheim, who was being challenged by a Tanzanian candidate, by saying:
I caught myself wincing when Andrei Gromyko, the redoubtable Soviet foreign minister, is shown complaining about the impossibility of sealing off the borders with Pakistan, an issue we're still wrestling with today.
Admitting from the start that it was a civilian airliner, Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko focused on how to manage the political fallout from the incident in the United Nations and around the world.