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Kuzma Venediktovich KISELEV

Kuzma KISELEV, USSR Govna. official. Dipl.; Candidate of Medical Science; Belarusian Minister of Foreign Affairs since 1944; member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party Lithuania Belarusian. two Order of Lenin; Order of Red Banner of Labor; medals. Member, Communist Party, since 1925.

Background

  • KISELEV, Kuzma was born in 1903 in village Lobkovichi, now Mogilev Oblast.

  • Education

    • 1918-1922 studied at Mstislav Pedagogical Technicum. 1928 graduated Medical Faculty, Voronezh University. Completed postgrad, course at Communist Academy, USSR Central Executive Committee.

    Career

    • 1946 member, Soviet delegation at Paris Peace Conference. Since 1946 has headed Belarusian delegation at United Nations. 1947 on behalf of Belarusian government signed peace treaty with Italy, Rumania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Finland.

      Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1950 and 1954 convocation. Deputy, Belarusian Supreme Soviet of all convocation. 1928-1930 intern, Neurological Clinic, Voronezh University.

      1930-1937 associate, All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine, Moscow. 1937-1938 Belarusian Popular Commissar of Health. 1938-1940 Chairman, Belarusian Council of Popular Commissar.

      1940-1941 Deputy Director, All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine. 1941-1944 Director, Moscow Medicine Publ. House, then Chairman, Executive Committee, Ulyanovsk Oblast Soviet of Workers’ Deputy.

      1944-1959 simultaneously Deputy Chairman, Belarusian Council of Ministers.

    Politics

    Member, Communist Party, since 1925.

    Religion

    Religion is an instrument of the ruling classes to instill in the masses the religious conviction that their current suffering will lead to eventual happiness.

    Views

    Communist party could initiate policies in the name of the society because it knows what the best is for its progress and development.

    Membership

    Member, Communist Party, since 1925.
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