Vyshinsky


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Vyshinsky

(Russian viˈʃinskij) or

Vishinsky

n
(Biography) Andrei Yanuaryevich (anˈdrjej jənuˈarjɪvitʃ). 1883–1954, Soviet jurist, statesman, and diplomat; foreign minister (1949–53). He was public prosecutor (1935–38) at the trials held to purge Stalin's rivals and was the Soviet representative at the United Nations (1945–49; 1953–54)
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The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Harlem Dsir, welcomed court ruling in Ukraine to release from pre-trial detention journalist Kirill Vyshinsky, the chief of the RIA Novosti Ukraina office in Kyiv.
O principal "teorico do direito" mas, de qualquer modo, pratico: Andrey Vyshinsky, o acusador-chefe dos processos de Moscou--por assim dizer, o Freisler (8) dos vermelhos, se assim quiserem.
Besides the USSR chief prosecutor Rudenko and his American analogue Robert Jackson, readers will be introduced to Nazi bosses Goering, Ribbentrop, Hess and Kaltenbrunner, film stars Olga Chekhov (Hitler's favorite actress) and Marlene Dietrich, as well as the "great leader" Stalin and his closest companions Molotov, Beria and Vyshinsky.
Hot White Andy is the transitional work in this and various other respects, and its dramatis personae include one Sergey Lavrov (Russian Foreign Minister), Andrey Vyshinsky (Stalinist state prosecutor), Akinsola Akinfemiwa (Chief Executive Officer of Skye Bank PLC), comedian Lenny Henry, and the eponymous hero, Andy Cheng.
El punto de partida de la comision de investigacion no podia ser otro que los propios procesos de Moscu y las acusaciones alli presentadas por el fiscal Vyshinsky. De dichos procesos habia un reporte por escrito, traducido al ingles, con el que pudieron contar los comisionados (13).
Russian journalist Kirill Vyshinsky has been in custody since May 2018, being prosecuted for his professional activities," it added.
"After the Yalta conference, when he had gone on to Moscow, a Soviet personage in a very responsible position (ALES gave to understand that it was Comrade Vyshinsky) allegedly got in touch with ALES and at the behest of the Military NEIGHBOURS passed on to him their gratitude and so on."
Its Chief Editor Kirill Vyshinsky, a Ukrainian native with Russian citizenship, was detained.
Chief of the news agency's office Kirill Vyshinsky was detained, reported the Russian news agency TASS, citing a spokesperson for the SBU Elena Gitlyanskaya, as saying, in a statement.
Later, upon the Soviet occupation of Latvia in June 1940, Nina was summoned by Andrey Vyshinsky, the Soviet representative in occupied Latvia, and requested her to become his personal assistant, in other words, his mistress.
(138) Andrei Y Vyshinsky, 7he Law of the Soviet State, tr Hugh W Babb (Macmillan, 1948) 339-40.
He used many emigre scholars' published work on the Soviet Union, apart from Andrei Vyshinsky's (1948) The Law of the Soviet State, which had been translated into English in 1948.