Alexander Nikolaevich Panov
Alexander Nikolaevich Panov, Russian diplomat.
Panov, Alexander Nikolaevich was born on July 6, 1944 in Moscow. Son of Nicolai Nicolaevich and Elena (Andreevna) Panov.
Graduate, Moscow State Institute International Relations. Doctor of Philosophy in History, Moscow State Institute International Relations.
With Embassy in Japan, 1968-1971. Teacher Moscow State Institute International Relations, 1971-1977. 3d secretary Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics Permanent Mission to United Nations, 1977-1981.
1st secretary 2d Far Eastern Department Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics Foreign Ministry, 1982-1983. Counsellor Embassy in Japan, 1983-1988, deputy chief division, deputy chief department South-East Asian and Pacific affairs, 1988-1990, chief, 1990-1992. Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary Russian Federation to Republic of Korea, 1992-1994, deputy foreign minister, 1994-1996.
Ambassador Russian Federation to Japan, since 1996.
Married Evgeniya K. Makarova, January, 1967. 1 child, Tatiyana.
Nicolai Nicolaevich Panov
Elena (Andreevna) Panov
Evgeniya K. Makarova