Vladimir SEMENOV, USSR Dipl, with rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary since 1948. USSR Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs since 1954; member, Communist Party of the Soviet Union Central Auditing Commission, since 1952.
SEMENOV, Vladimir was born in 1902.
1949 member, Soviet delegation at Paris session of Council of Foreign Ministry to prepare peace treaties with Germany and Austria. 1954 adviser, Berlin Foreign Ministry Conference. 1955 attended Geneva Four Power Conference of Heads of State.
Attended London Conference on Suez Canal. Took part in talks between USSR, German Democratic Republic, Indonesia and Syria. 1957-1958 participated in talks with German Federal Republic delegate concerning normalization of relations and accompanied Mikoyan to Bonn for signing of trade and economics agreements and a consular treaty.
1959 attended talks on settlement of treaty relations with Iran. Counselor: 1939 USSR Embassy in Lithuania, 1940 in Germany, 1941 in Sweden. Since 1945 political adviser and consultant, Soviet Control Commission, Berlin.
1949-1953 adviser, Soviet Control Commission, German Democratic Republic. 1953-1954 Supreme Commissar, then USSR Ambassador to German Democratic Republic and Collegium member, USSR Minister of Foreign Affairs.