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04 December 2014

ON ESTABLISHING DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN THE SOVIET UNION AND INDIA

Shortlybefore independence was declared, in April 1947 India established diplomatic relations with the USSR. As the “Izvestia” newspaper reported on April 15, 1947, through exchange of letters between Ambassador of India in China H.E. Mr K.P.S.Menon and Ambassador of the USSR in China H.E. Mr A.A.Petrov it was established that the Government of the USSR and the Government of India would publish simultaneously in Moscow and Delhi the following official statement: “Seeking to preserve and further strengthen friendly relations existing between the USSR and India, the Government of the USSR and the... Read more...
AMBASSADORS OF THE SOVIET UNION AND RUSSIA IN INDIA
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Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Republic of India KADAKIN Alexander Mikhaylovich

Since 2009 KADAKIN Alexander Mikhaylovich was born in July 22, 1949 in the city of Kishinev, USSR. Ethnic Russian. Graduated with honours from the Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR in 1972. Language proficiency: English, Hindi, Urdu, French, Romanian. Joined the diplomatic service in 1972.1971, 1972 – 78 – probationer, attaché, third secretary of the Embassy of the USSR in India, New Delhi.1978 – 1983 – second, first secretary, counsellor of the Secretariat of the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR. (Concurrently, 1979 – 85 – Asst. Professor of the Department of Indian Studies, the Moscow State...>>
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Trubnikov Vyacheslav Ivanovich

2005-2009 Mr Vyacheslav Ivanovich Trubnikov Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Republic of India Born: April 25, 1944 in the city of Irkutsk, ethnic Russian. Education: Graduated from the Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR in 1967. Language proficiency: Hindi, English. Employment: On graduation joined the USSR foreign intelligence service. On diplomatic service since 1975. 1975-1977 - posted to the USSR Embassy in India. 1984-1987 - posted to the USSR Embassy in Bangladesh. 1987-1990 - posted to the USSR Embassy in India. Since 1992 held senior posts in the Foreign...>>
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KADAKIN Alexander Mikhaylovich

1999-2004 KADAKIN Alexander Mikhaylovich was born in July 22, 1949 in the city of Kishinev, USSR. Ethnic Russian. Graduated with honours from the Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR in 1972. Language proficiency: English, Hindi, Urdu, French, Romanian. Joined the diplomatic service in 1972.1971, 1972 – 78 – probationer, attaché, third secretary of the Embassy of the USSR in India, New Delhi.1978 – 1983 – second, first secretary, counsellor of the Secretariat of the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR. (Concurrently, 1979 – 85 – Asst. Professor of the Department of Indian Studies, the Moscow State...>>
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CHERNYSHOV Albert Sergeyevich

1996-1999 CHERNYSHOV Albert Sergeyevich was born in Voronezh city in August 18, 1936. In 1959 he graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. 1959-1967 – an official of the Foreign Political Information Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR.1967-1971 – an official of the Embassy of the USSR in Vietnam.1971-1973 – the first secretary in the Foreign Political Events Planning Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR1973-1976 – a Counselor to the Foreign Minister’s group.1976-1981 – the Principal Counselor of the Foreign Political Events Planning Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR 1981-1982 – the Head of the Foreign...>>
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DRYUKOV Anatoly Matveyevich

1991-1996 DRYUKOV Anatoly Matveyevich was born in Voronezh city on September 4, 1936. In 1960 he graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. In 1961 he joined the Foreign Ministry and was posted in Pakistan, Zambia, Singapore, and India, was the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the USSR and the Russian Federation to Singapore (1987-1990), to India (1992-1996) and Armenia (1998-2004). Mr Dryukov has a diplomatic rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (retired). He speaks English and Urdu languages. For many years he dealt with the South-Eastern Asia region. For a long time while not abroad he worked in the headquarters of the Ministry of...>>
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ISAKOV Viktor Fedorovich

1988-1991 ISAKOV Viktor Fedorovich (born in December 12, 1932) is a Soviet and Russian diplomat, candidate of historical science. 1956 – graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR). 1956-61, 1963-67, 1971-77 – a diplomat of the Embassy of the USSR in the USA. 1977—1978 — head of the sector of the USA desk in the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 1978—1983 — deputy head of the USA desk of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR. 1983—1986 гг. — Minister-Counselor of the Soviet Embassy in the USA. September 5, 1986 – August 26, 1988 – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the USSR to the Federal Republic of...>>
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RYKOV Vasily Nazarovich

1983-1988 RYKOV Vasily Nazarovich was born 9.13.1918 in Vladivostok. He finished secondary school summa cum laude in Novorossisk in 1936. Since 1936 he went to the Industrial institute in Novocherkassk. Since 1941 he worked as master of the assembly shop of a plant in Irkutsk. Since 1943 he was a member the VKP (b) (the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks). Since 1946 he worked as the leading engineer, the chief of a group in a Scientific Research Institute in Moscow. In 1952 he became the secretary of the Communist party bureau of the Scientific Research Institute. In 1956 he became the second, then the first secretary of the Leningrad Regional Committee of the CPSU. From 1961 he served...>>
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VORONTSOV Yuly Mikhaylovich

1977-1983 VORONTSOV Yuly Mikhaylovich (07.10.1929 – 12.12.2007) was born in a family of a man-of-war's man in Leningrad. In 1952 after graduation from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) he was sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR. In 1954 he went to the USA where he worked for a few years as an attaché in the Permanent Mission of the USSR to the United Nations, later as a counselor of the Embassy of the USSR in the same country, in 1963-1965 as a counselor in the Permanent Mission of the USSR to the United Nations. From 1970 to 1977 he was the Minister-Counselor in Washington. From December, 1977 to January, 1983 Y.M.Vorontsov was the Ambassador...>>
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MALTSEV Victor Fedorovich

1974-1977 MALTSEV Victor Fedorovich (06.22.1917, 01.10.2003) was born in Yekaterinoslav in a family of workers. In 1941 he graduated from the Novosibirsk Institute of Railway Engineers and in 1954 – from the Moscow Academy of Railway Transport. In 1954-61 he was the deputy head of the East-Siberian railroad. In 1961-63 and in 1965 he was the secretary of the Irkutsk Regional Committee of the CPSU; in 1963-64 and in 1966 the – chairman of the Irkutsk regional executive committee. In 1967-71 he was the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the USSR to Sweden, from May 1971 to Finland, from January 2, 1974 – to India. In 1977-1986 – the 1st Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR....>>
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PEGOV Nikolay Mikhailovich

1967-1973 PEGOV Nikolay Mikhailovich (03.04.1905-19.04.1991), a Muscovite, son of a civil servant. He studied in the Industrial Academy (but did not finish). Starting from 1919 he worked as a laborer, then as a worker in light industry (from 1923 – in Moscow). In 1931-35 Pegov was the deputy director and later the director of a silk weaving factory. He joined the UCP (b) in 1930. In 1938 he was the responsible organizer of the Central Committee of the UCP (b) and the secretary of the Far Eastern Regional Committee. In 1938-47 he was the 1stsecretary of the Primorsk Regional Committee of the UCP (b). In the years 1939-86 – a member of the Party Central Committee. In 1941-50, 1953-58 and 1978-84...>>
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BENEDICTOV Ivan Alekseyevich

1953, 1959-1967 BENEDICTOV Ivan Alekseyevich (23.03.1902-30.07.1983) was born in a postal officer’s family in the village of New Vichuga, Kostroma province. He became a prominent Soviet statesman, who for more than twenty years (from 1937 to 1959) held key management positions in agriculture (mainly in the rank of people’s commissar or minister); a diplomat, ambassador to India (1953, 1959-1967) and Yugoslavia (1967-1971). He has the Doctor’s degree in economic sciences. His ambassadorial tenure witnessed a lot of significant milestones in development of Soviet-Indian relations: the official visit of N.S. Khrushchev to India in February, 1960; participation in organization of the official...>>
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PONOMARENKO Panteleymon Kondratyevich

1957-1959 PONOMARENKO Panteleymon Kondratyevich (27.07.1902 ‒ 18.01.1984) ‒ a Soviet statesman and party figure. He was a member of the CPSU since 1925. He was born in a peasant family on the Shelkovsky farm, now this place is located in Belorechensky district of Krasnodar territory. In 1932 he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Transport Engineers. In 1918 he served in the Red Army, from 1919 worked in oil fields and on the railway. In 1922 he joined the Komsomol movement. In 1932-36 he served in the Soviet Army and then worked as an engineer. In 1938 he was an instructor and a deputy head of the department in the UCP (b) Central Committee. From 1938 to 1947 he was the 1st secretary of...>>
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MENSHIKOV Mikhail Alekseyevich

1953-1957 MENSHIKOV Mikhail Alekseyevich (21.09.1902-19.07.1976) was born into a peasant family in the Posevkino village, Tambov province. He received education at the accounting courses in Borisoglebsk (1917), in the all-Soviet Central Executive Committee school (1924) and the faculty of Economics of the G.V.Plekhanov Moscow Institute of National Economy (1930). From 1916 Menshikov worked at the cannery and in 1918 joined the Red Army. In 1920-22 he was the head of district press agencies in Don region and Tambov province. He participated in the suppression of the peasant uprising in Tambov (1921). From 1924 he worked as an accountant and economist at refrigeration plants. In 1927 he joined...>>
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NOVIKOV Kirill Vasilyevich

1947-1953 NOVIKOV Kirill Vasilyevich (?.03.1905–14.10.1983) was born in Shakhtinsky (Novocherkassky) district of the North Caucasus Region where his father worked as a carpenter at the I.I.Popov gunpowder factory. In 1927 he entered the mechanical faculty of the M.I.Kalinin Leningrad Polytechnic Institute. In 1931 he graduated from the All-USSR Boilers and Turbines Institute as a specialist in “thermal power plants”. In 1931-1934 he was the director of the evening faculty and an assistant at the “Material Resistance” desk of the Leningrad Electromechanical Institute. In 1937 he was an acting director of the Leningrad Industrial Institute (from 10.10.1937 to 16.12.1937). From 1937 he chaired the...>>
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