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Permanent Representative of Russia to the United Nations

This is a list of permanent representatives of the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation to the United Nations.

Of the Soviet Union

Name[1] Photo Date appointed Date presented
credentials
Date until
Andrey Gromyko 1946 1948
Yakov Malik 1948 1952
Valerian Zorin 1952 1953
Andrey Vyshinsky 1953 22 November 1954
Arkady Sobolev 1955 12 April 1955[2] 1960
Valerian Zorin 1960 1963
Nikolai Fedorenko 1963 7 January 1963[3] 1968
Yakov Malik 1968 1976
Oleg Troyanovsky 1976 6 January 1977[4] 1986
Yuri Dubinin 1986 20 March 1986[5] 1986
Alexander Belonogov 1986 1990
Yuli Vorontsov 1990 22 May 1990[6] 1991

Of Russia

Name[1] Photo Date appointed Date presented
credentials
Date until
Yuli Vorontsov 26 December 1991 - 7 July 1994
Sergey Lavrov 7 July 1994 22 September 1994[7] 12 July 2004
Andrey Denisov 12 July 2004[8] 3 August 2004[9] 8 April 2006[10]
Vitaly Churkin[11] 8 April 2006 1 May 2006[12] Present

References

  1. ^ a b "Permanent Representatives of the USSR and the Russian Federation to the UN".  
  2. ^ "New Soviet Representative to UN Presents Credentials".  
  3. ^ "New Permanent Representative of the USSR Presents Credentials".  
  4. ^ "New Permanent Representative of the Soviet Union Presents Credentials".  
  5. ^ "Ambassador Yuri V. Dubinin Presents Credentials".  
  6. ^ "New Permanent Representative of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Presents Credentials".  
  7. ^ "Sergey Lavrov".  
  8. ^ Президент Российской Федерации. Указ №873 от 12.07.2004 «О назначении Денисова А.И. Постоянным Представителем Российской Федерации при Организации Объединенных Наций в Нью-Йорке, США, и Представителем Российской Федерации в Совете Безопасности Организации Объединенных Наций». (President of RussiaUkaz #873 of 12.07.2004 On the appointment of A.I. Denisov as the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation at the United Nations Organisation in New York, USA, and the Representative of the Russian Federation in the United Nations Organisation Security Council. ).
  9. ^ "New Permanent Representative of Russian Federation presents credentials".  
  10. ^ Президент Российской Федерации. Указ №334 от 08.04.2006 «О Денисове А.И.». (President of RussiaUkaz #334 of 08.04.2006 On A.I. Denisov. ).
  11. ^ "Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN".  
  12. ^ "New Permanent Representative of Russian Federation presents credentials".  

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