Kosygin


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Ko·sy·gin

 (kə-sē′gən, -gyĭn), Aleksei Nikolayevich 1904-1980.
Soviet premier (1964-1980) who succeeded Nikita Khrushchev and was often overshadowed by party secretary Leonid Brezhnev.

Kosygin

(Russian kaˈsiɡin)
n
(Biography) Aleksei Nikolayevich (alɪkˈsjej nikaˈlajɪvitʃ). 1904–80, Soviet statesman; premier of the Soviet Union (1964–80)

Ko•sy•gin

(kəˈsi gɪn)

n.
Aleksei Nikolayevich, 1904–80, Russian premier of the U.S.S.R. 1964–80.
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As the talks stalled, I distinctly remember Soviet Foreign Minister Alexei Kosygin arriving at Shashtriji's 'dacha'.
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Two days before the deadline the Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin changed route of his plane in Dushanbe, of all places, and flew to Beijing, where he had an emergency meeting at the airport with his Chinese counterpart, Zhou Enlai.
Jones regularly filed not only news but also elegantly written features for the paper, on the main news out of Washington: Lyndon B Johnson's presidency; the escalation of the Vietnam War, which the SMH declined to cover with its own reporters in situ (Souter, 1981: 430); and the 1967 Glassboro Summit between Johnson and the Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin.
In early 1965, for instance, Kosygin headed a delegation to Vietnam, stopping in China before and afterward for consultations.
Prime Minister Kosygin listened with courtesy to my presentation and replied in some detail on the question of Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union and on the question of 'Operation Reunion'.
24) Esta resolucion y la peticion que ese mismo ano Vladimir Potemkin Comisario de Educacion de la RSFSR-, presento ante el presidente del Sovnarkom, Aleksei Kosygin, evidencian que las autoridades sovieticas ofrecieron una respuesta concreta y directa a la peticion de Ibarruri.