Andrei Gromyko


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

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She recollects her role as an ambassador's wife and experiences meeting Theodore Roosevelt, Soviet Union Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, and Mada Chiang Kai-shek.
Stalin's 1930s purges, however, created promising job opportunities in the Soviet foreign service, to which Andrei Gromyko would prove ideally suited.
Lord Howe lobbied his Soviet opposite number Andrei Gromyko to allow Ukrainian-born Mr Terlezki's father Oleska to travel from Siberia to Britain for a reunion after 42 years.
The Soviet representative, Andrei Gromyko, spoke of an international organization that would "guarantee for the peoples peace, security, and prosperity in the future.
Guatemala first established relations with Russia April 19, 1945, when the then Soviet ambassador to the US Andrei Gromyko first exchanged diplomatic credentials with then Guatemalan charge d'affaires Enrique Lopez Herrarte.
1979: Visit from Andrei Gromyko, Soviet foreign minister.
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko understood exactly what Reagan was up to: "Behind all this lies the clear calculation that the USSR will exhaust its material resources before the USA and therefore be forced to surrender.
Arkady Shevchenko, a former advisor to Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and undersecretary-general of the United Nations, complained that "While condemning consumerism .
459 ff), amid their sidekicks George Shultz and Eduard Shevardnadze plus old poker face Andrei Gromyko.
Notably among the Soviet delegation were then-ambassador and later foreign minister Andrei Gromyko and the man who at the time was the Soviet foreign minister, Vyacheslav Molotov.
During scheduled campaign trips across the US over the next three days, President Kennedy met with Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko, warning him that tile US would not tolerate Soviet missiles in Cuba.
Marshall Carter Ed Lauter Anatoly Dobrinyn Elya Baskin Alexander Fomin Boris Lee Krutonog John McCone Peter White George Ball James Karen Journalist Timothy Jerome Andrei Gromyko Olek Krupa Helen O'Donnell Lucinda Jenney Valerian Zorin Oleg Vidov Jacqueline Kennedy Stephanie Romanov
El ministro de asuntos extranjeros Andrei Gromyko sugirio que Solzhenitsyn fuera rodeado "de un cordon", es decir; fuera aislado de sus visitantes que le podrian ayudar a hacer su actividad subversiva.
At the same time he proposed Foreign Secretary George Brown and his Soviet counterpart Andrei Gromyko should fly to the United States in an attempt to bring the warring sides together round the negotiating table.