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SERGUEI NIKOLAEVICH MARTYNOV

Belarus diplomat

Serguei Nikolaevich Martynov, Belarus diplomat.

Background

Martynov, Serguei Nikolaevich was born on February 22, 1953 in Leninakan, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics. Son of Nikolai Artemievich and Anna Vassilievna (Krasikova) Martynov.

Education

Moscow State Institute for International Rel, 1970-1975. Spoken languages: Russ, English, French, Swahili.

Career

3d secretary, Ministry Foreign Affairs, Minsk, Belarus, 1975-1976;2d secretary, Ministry Foreign Affairs, Minsk, Belarus, 1976-1977;assistant to foreign minister, Ministry Foreign Affairs, Minsk, Belarus, 1978-1988;deputy director, Ministry Foreign Affairs, Minsk, Belarus, 1988-1990;deputy permanent representative, Mission to United Nations, New York City, 1991-1992;chargé d'affaires, Belarus Embassy, Washington, 1992-1993;ambassador to the United States, Belarus Embassy, Washington, 1993-1997;1st deputy foreign minister, Government of Belarus, Minsk, since 1997. Various positions United Nations, New York City, 1985-1991, chairman nuclear disarmament group Commision on Disarmament, 1988-1990.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Disarmament; international economics. Arts; tennis.

Connections

Spouse Margarita, National of Belarus.

father:
Nikolai Artemievich Martynov

mother:
Anna Vassilievna (Krasikova) Martynov

children:
Ivan Martynov

Nikita Martynov