, Soviet ambassador to the United States, represented the Soviet Union, and Wellington Koo, China's ambassador to the United Kingdom, headed his nation's delegation.
En ese momento el traductor de Andrei Gromyko
(ministro de Asuntos Exteriores de la URSS) se inclino y le susurro algo al oido.
To understand better what happened, it has to be viewed in light of the statements by Walid al-Moallem last Saturday, when the Syrian foreign minister did a fine impression of Andrei Gromyko
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Andrei Gromyko
(1909-1989), the former chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR and former minister of foreign affairs, was the politician who managed to stay in office for the longest period in the Soviet Union.
He was nonetheless something of an anomaly, and it was no doubt partly to allay alarm among the septuagenarians in the hierarchy about the new kid on the block that Andrei Gromyko
, serving at the time as the ceremonial president, declared that there were teeth of steel behind the new general secretary's charming smile.
On July 20, on instructions from his government, Turkey's ambassador in Moscow Ilder Turkmen met the Soviet Union's foreign minister Andrei Gromyko
to inform him of Turkey's intentions.
One of the most noteworthy results of Ruggenthaler's efforts is the discovery that quite a large number of actors exercised influence on Moscow's foreign policy and took part in the process that led to the Stalin note: Andrei Vyshinskii, who had replaced Viacheslav Molotov as minister of foreign affairs in March 1949; Vyshinskii's deputies Andrei Gromyko
and Valerian Zorin; the Ministry of State Security (MGB); representatives of the Soviet Military Administration in Germany (SVAG); and the East German leadership, above all Walter Ulbricht.
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.
He spoke of the issue during his meetings with the Soviet Foreign Minster Andrei Gromyko
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.
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?
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.