Nikolay Pavlovich FIRYUBIN
Nikolay FIRYUBIN, USSR Dipl, with rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. USSR Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs since 1957; candidate member of the Central Committee, Communist Party of the Soviet Union, since 1956. Order of Red Banner of Labor; Order of Yugoslav Banner.
FIRYUBIN, Nikolay was born in 1908.
Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1946 convocation. Attended international conferences and meetings. 1955 Warsaw Conference of European States.
1956 signed Soviet-Yugoslav agreement on cooperation in peaceful uses of atomic energy. 1956 signed agreement on trade and money credits with Yugoslavia. 1956 accompanied Khrushchev on trips to Yugoslavia and attended talks between Khrushchev, Tito and Gerd Erno, First Seer, of Hungarian Labor Party.
1957 attended talks between Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and Central Committee, Union of Yugoslav Communists, headed by Khrushchev and Tito. 1958 accompanied Voroshilov to Afghanistan. 1959 headed Soviet delegation at 15th session of United Nations Economics Commission for Asia and the Far East in Australia.
1959 member, USSR Party and government delegation Albania, headed by Khrushchev. 1959 headed Soviet delegation at 20th session of United Nations Economic and Society Council in Geneva. 1959 member, USSR Party and government delegation Poland, headed by Khrushchev.
1960 headed Soviet delegation at 15th session of United Nations Economics Committee Europe in Geneva. 1960 handed note of protest to Iranian government for permitting American military aircraft to use Iranian air space. Since 1946 Secretary, Moscow City Communist Party of the Soviet Union Committee.
1954-1955 USSR Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Czechoslovakia. 1955-1957 USSR Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Yugoslavia.