Yevgeniy GROMOV, USSR Dipl, with rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. Head, 4th European Deputy, USSR Minister of Foreign Affairs, since 1961; candidate member of the Central Committee, Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1956-1961. Member, Communist Party, since 1932.
GROMOV, Yevgeniy was born in 1909.
At 1952 Communist Party of the Soviet Union Congress elected member, Central Auditing Commission. At 1956 Communist Party of the Soviet Union Congress elected member, Credentials Commission. 1954 member, Central Polling Commission for 1954 Elections to USSR Supreme Soviet.
Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1954 convocation. 1956 member, USSR Supreme Soviet delegation to Finland, headed by Voroshilov. 1957 attended talks and signature of USSR-Hungarian agreement in Moscow on participation of Soviet troops in suppression of 1956 Hungarian Revolution.
1957 attended talks and signature by Marshal Zhukov of agreement on legal status of Soviet troops stationed in Hungary. Attended talks with Hungarian Economics delegate in Moscow on economics and technican cooperation between USSR and Hungary. 1958 member, USSR Party and government delegation Hungary, headed by Khrushchev.
Attended conference of Political Congress of Warsaw-Pact Member-States in Moscow. 1959 member, USSR Party and government delegation 40th anniversary celebrations of proclamation of 1919 Hungarian Socialist Revolution, etc. 1956-1961 Deputy Head, 5th European Deputy, USSR Minister of Foreign Affairs.
1954-1957 Head,Department of Party Organs for the Union Republic, Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. 1957-1959 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Hungary.