Aleksandr SOLDATOV, USSR Dipl. USSR Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Great Britain since 1960; member, Communist Party of the Soviet Union Central Auditing Commission, since 1961.
SOLDATOV, Aleksandr was born in 1915.
Since 1948 in diplomatic service. Since 1949 USSR representative to United Nations Trusteeship Council. Since 1952 member, USSR permanent delegation United Nations and simultaneously adviser to Soviet delegation at United Nations General Assembly.
1954 Secretary General, Soviet delegation at Geneva Foreign Ministry Conference. 1954 attended 8th General UNESCO Conference. Since 1955 Head,Department of American Countries, USSR Minister of Foreign Affairs.
1955 adviser to Soviet delegation at International Conference on Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy, Geneva. 1955 adviser to Soviet delegation at 10th session of United Nations General Assembly. 1958 adviser to Soviet delegation at extraordinary session of United Nations General Assembly.
Since 1958 board member, USSR Minister of Foreign Affairs. 1959 accompanied Mikoyan to United States of America. 1959 attended Geneva Foreign Ministry Conference for discussion of German and West Berlin problems.
Same year, participated in talks between USSR Foreign Ministry Gromyko and US Seer, of State Herter concerning the suspension of nuclear weapons tests. 1959 accompanied Khrushchev to United States of America and was present at White House and Camp David talks between Khrushchev and Eisenhower. 1960 adviser to Soviet delegation at Conference of Heads of State of United States of America, USSR, Great Britain and France.
1960 member, USSR delegation at 15th session of United Nations General Assembly.
Religion doesn't give equal treatment to women and therefore contradicts basic human rights.
Communist Party is the leading force of Soviet society, and the nucleus of all state and public organizations.