Grigory didn't receive any education.
Grigory participated in the Civil War. In 1920 he became a secretary of the Simbirsk provincial, Balashov city committees of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks), he served as head of the Soviet party school in the city of Kursk, and then a deputy director of the Communist University in Voronezh.
Since 1932 he served as a head of the Higher Communist School of Agriculture in Voronezh. Since 1935 Grigory was served as a head of the department of the Stalingrad Regional Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks).
As the head of the Higher Communist Agricultural School in Voronezh, he contributed to the development of its material and technical base and the training of highly qualified agricultural specialists for the Central Black Earth region. Grigory was unreasonably repressed and shot.
Religion doesn't give equal treatment to women and therefore contradicts basic human rights.
All policy decisions should be made in the light of the continued, permanent development of the theory of Marxism–Leninism.