Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1946, 1950, 1954 and 1958 convocation. Deputy, Belarusian Supreme Soviet of 1951 and 1955 convocation. 1946-1950 Chairman. Credentials Commission, Soviet of the Union, USSR Supreme Soviet.
1950-1956 Presidium member, Belarusian Supreme Soviet. 1959 signed agreement for credit deliveries of machinery for Argentina’s oil industry. 1960 opened Soviet Industry Exhibition in Jakarta, Indonesia, and visited India and Finland.
Attended two sessions of Permanent Commission for Foreign Trade, Council for Mutual Economics Aid, Moscow. Signed several trade agreements with India, Indonesia, Finland, Cuba, Italy, Austria, Canada, Sudan and all Communist countries. 1925-1928 attended factory and plant apprenticeship school and worked at chemical plant in Gorky Oblast.
1928-1931 Secretary, various Communist Youth League organ, of Dzerzhinsky Rayon, Gorky Oblast, and Varna Rayon, Chelyabinsk Oblast. For some time directed apprenticeship school of a chemical plant, Gorky Oblast. 1938-1939 Party organizer, Tire Plant, Yaroslavl Rubber and Asbestos Combine, then Secretary, rayon comt., All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks).
1939-1941 First Secretary, Yaroslavl Oblast and City Committee, and candidate member of the Central Committee, All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks). 1941-1946 First Secretary, Chelyabinsk Oblast and City Committee, AllUnion Communist Party (Bolsheviks). 1946-1947 Secretary, and Organization Bureau member of the Central Committee, All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks), also Acting Deputy Chairman, Council for Kolkhoz Affairs, USSR Council of Ministers.
1947 Secretary, Central Committee, Communist Party (Bolsheviks) Ukrainia. 1947-1950 First Secretary, Rostov Oblast and City Committee, All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks). 1950-1956 First Secretary, member and Bureau member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party Lithuania Belarusian.
Late 1952-March 1959 candidate Presidium Member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. 1956-1958 USSR First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.