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United Nations administrator

Vladimir Fyodorovich Petrovsky, Russian United Nations administrator.


Petrovsky, Vladimir Fyodorovich was born on April 29, 1933 in Stalingrad, Russia. Son of Fyodor and Anna (Khritinina) Petrovsky.


Degree, Moscow Institute International Relations.


With Ministry Foreign Affairs, Russia, since 1957, member Office of Foreign Minister Russia, 1961-1964, with department planning of foreign policy Russia, 1971-1978, head department planning of foreign policy Russia, 1978-1979. Staff Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics mission United Nations, 1957-1961, member secr., 1964-1971. Head department international orgs, 1979-1986.

Deputy minister, 1986-1991. First deputy minister, 1991. Representative of Russia to Council Cooperation of North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1992.

Under secretary general United Nations Department Pol. Affairs, 1992, 93—; special representative to Libya United Nations, 1992, 1998, special representative to Albania, 1998, director general Geneva, 1993—2002, secretary- general conference on disarmament, personnel representative of secretary- general, 1994—2002. Senior research fellow United Nations Research and Training Institute, since 2003.

Professor Academy Natural Sciences of Russian Federation, International Academy Informational Process and Technology, Russian Academy Military Sciences, Russian Academy Outer Space. Board directors Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Geneva Institute Foreign Affairs. Chairman Comprehensive Dialogue Among Civilizations, 2003^.


Married Myra Mukhina.

Fyodor Petrovsky

Anna (Khritinina) Petrovsky

Myra Mukhina