Anatoliy Zlenko in March 2010
|Born||June 2, 1938 (age 75)|
Early life and career
Born June 2, 1938 in the village Stavishche, Kiev region. In 1959 graduated from Kyiv mining college.
- 1959 - Mining master of the mine "Maksymivka-Pologa", trust "Kadiyivcoal”, city Kadiyivka (Stakhanov).
- 1967 - graduated from Kyiv University.
- 1967-1973 - attache, 2nd Secretary of International Organizations office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR.
- 03/1973 - The staff of the Secretariat of UNESCO in Paris.
- 1979 - Advisor of International Organizations office for UNESCO in Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR.
- 10/1983-03/1987 - The Permanent Representative of the USSR to UNESCO.
- 04/1987 - Deputy of the Minister, from 07/1989 till 07/1990 - First Deputy of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
- 07/1990-25/08/1994 - The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
- 09/1994-09/1997 - The Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations.
- 19/09/1997-02/10/2000 - The Ambassador of Ukraine in the French Republic.
- 19/09/1997-17/10/2000 - The Permanent Representative of Ukraine to UNESCO, Representative of Ukraine to the Executive Board of UNESCO
- 23/11/1998 - The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Portuguese Republic.
- 10/2000-09/2003 - The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
- 10/2003 - The Advisor to the President of Ukraine on international issues.
- 12/2003 - The representative of Ukraine to the UN Commission on Human Rights.
Orders awarded: "For merits» III, II degree., two orders ” For merits” I degree. (2003), Legion of Honor (France, 1998), " For merits" (Portugal, 1998), Diploma of the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
Author of 100 publications on international subjects.
Speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese, French.
- "Diplomatic standoff over Georgia heads to Kyiv, Dushanbe". EurasiaNet. 2008-08-27. Retrieved 2010-01-24.
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