Permanent Representatives of Russia to international organisations

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The following is a list of Permanent Representatives of Russia to international organisations.

United Nations[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to the United Nations in the New York City, United States and representatives of the Russian Federation in the Security Council of the United Nations

  1. Yuli Vorontsov (until July 23, 1994, № 1536)
  2. Sergey Lavrov (July 7, 1994, № 1475 - July 12, 2004, № 871)
  3. Andrey Denisov (July 12, 2004, № 873 - April 8, 2006, № 334)
  4. Vitaly Churkin (since April 8, 2006, № 336)

UN office in Geneva[edit]

Russia's Permanent Representative to the UN Office and other International Organizations in Geneva, the Swiss Confederation

  1. Eugene Makeyev (until October 19, 1993, № 1663)
  2. Andrey Kolosovsky (October 19, 1993, № 1664 - December 11, 1996, 1664)
  3. Sergey Krylov (December 11, 1996, № 1665 - September 3, 1997, № 977)
  4. Vasili Sidorov (December 18, 1997, № 1344 - July 31, 2001, № 941)
  5. Leonid Skotnikov (July 31, 2001, № 942 - December 26, 2005, № 1528)
  6. Valery Loshchinin (from December 26, 2005, № 1529)

UNESCO[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) - Russia's Permanent Representative to UNESCO in Paris, the French Republic

  1. Vladimir Lomeyko (until September 22, 1993, № 1402)
  2. Mikhail Fedotov (September 22, 1993, № 1403 - January 24, 1998, № 67)
  3. Evgeny Sidorov (January 24, 1998, № 68 - June 4, 2002, № 549)
  4. Vladimir Kalamanov (June 4, 2002, № 551 - January 28, 2009, № 93)
  5. Eleanor Mitrofanov (since January 28, 2009, № 94)

UN International Organisations in Vienna[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to international organizations in the Vienna, Republic of Austria

  1. Roland Timerbaev (until February 10, 1992, № 130)
  2. Yuri Zaitsev (February 10, 1992, № 132 - March 24, 1995, № 315)
  3. Oleg Sokolev (March 24, 1995, № 316 - March 18, 1999, № 359)
  4. Valery Loshchinin (March 18, 1999, № 360 - April 7, 2001, № 409)
  5. Gregory Berdennikov (April 7, 2001, № 410 - January 9, 2007, № 13)
  6. Alexander eZmeevski (since January 9, 2007, № 14)

UN Office in Nairobi[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to international organizations in the Nairobi, Republic of Kenya (part-time representatives are appointed ambassadors in Kenya)

  1. Vladimir Kitaev (until September 1, 1992, № 1040)
  2. Boris Maori (1 September 1992, № 1041 - July 21, 1998, № 858)
  3. Boris Tsepov (July 21, 1998, № 859 - December 5, 2000, № 1969)
  4. Alexander Ignatiev (December 5, 2000, № 1970 - July 27, 2005, № 882)
  5. Valeriy Egoshkin (July 27, 2005, № 883 - December 23, 2010, № 1585)
  6. Alexander Makarenko (from December 23, 2010, № 1586)

United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific[edit]

Russia's Permanent Representative to ESCAP in Bangkok e, the Kingdom of Thailand (part-time representatives are appointed ambassadors in Thailand)

  1. Oleg Bostorin (until September 6, 1997, № 999)
  2. Valery Malygin (September 6, 1997, № 1000 - January 29, 2001, № 84)
  3. Eugene Ostrovenko (Jan. 29, 2001, № 85 - November 9, 2004, № 1420)
  4. Yevgeni Afanasyev (November 9, 2004, № 1421 - February 3, 2010, № 134)
  5. Alexander Maryasov (since February 3, 2010, № 135)

The European Communities[edit]

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the European Union in Brussels, Belgium

  1. Ivan Silayev (December 18, 1991, № 303 - February 7, 1994, № 249)
  2. Vasily Likhachev (May 5, 1998, № 490 - March 11, 2003, № 317)
  3. Mikhail Fradkov[1] (May 14, 2003, № 526 - 5 March 2004, № 299)
  4. Vladimir Chizhov (since July 15, 2005, № 802)

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe[edit]

Russia's Permanent Representative to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna, Austria, the Republic

  1. Yuriy Ushakov (May 13, 1996, № 705 - January 6, 1998, № 8)
  2. Oleg Belous (January 6, 1998, № 9 - June 4, 2001, № 642)
  3. Alexander Alekseev. (June 4, 2001, № 643 - April 9, 2004, № 516)
  4. Alexey Borodavkin (April 9, 2004, № 518 - March 26, 2008, № 412)
  5. Anwar Asimov (since July 31, 2008, № 1156)

Commonwealth of Independent States[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to the statutory and other bodies of the Commonwealth of Independent States in Minsk e, Belarus is the source of the name of the Republic Belarus, not on the list of ambassadors.

  1. Vyacheslav Vorobyev (December 11, 1996, № 1662 - July 22, 2003, № 822)
  2. Evgeniy Belov (July 28, 2003, № 845 - July 14, 2009, № 802)
  3. Sergey Kopeiko (14 July 2009, № 803 -?)
  4. Igor Gromyko (from December 28, 2009, № 1508)

Council of Europe[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to the Council of Europe Strasbourg e, the French Republic

  1. Evgeny Prokhorov (16 December 1996, № 1697 - died 21 May 1998)
  2. Andrei Vdovin (October 13, 1998, № 1221 - May 31, 2001, № 622)
  3. Alexander Konstantinovich Orlov (May 31, 2001, № 623 - January 3, 2007, № 1)
  4. Alexandr Alekseev (since January 3, 2007, № 2)

NATO[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Brussels, Belgium (part-time representative in 1998-2003. Appointed by the Ambassador in Belgium)

  1. Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak (February 25, 1998, № 199 - March 11, 2003, № 321)
  2. Konstantin Totsky (May 16, 2003, № 530 - January 9, 2008, № 7)
  3. Dmitry Rogozin (January 9, 2008, № 8 - December 23, 2011, № 1680)
  4. Aleksandr Grushko (since October 23, 2012, № 1435)


Representative of the Russian Federation in the High Command Allied Powers in Europe

  1. Leonti Shevtsov (1995-1997)

Senior military representative to NATO, the Russian Federation

  1. Viktor Zavarzin (1997-2002)
  2. Valentin Kuznetsov (2002-2008)
  3. Alexey Maslov (since 2008)

Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons[edit]

Russia's Permanent Representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague, Netherlands (part-time representatives are appointed ambassadors in the Netherlands)

  1. Alexander Khodakov (April 17, 1998, № 408 - August 20, 2003, № 975)
  2. Cyril Gevorgyan (August 20, 2003, № 976 - November 5, 2009, № 1238)
  3. Roman Kolodkin (from November 5, 2009, № 1239)

Conference on Disarmament[edit]

The Permanent Representatives of the Russian Federation to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, the Swiss Confederation (representatives of part-time since 1998, appointed by the Permanent Representative of the UN Office and other International Organizations in Geneva, the Swiss Confederation)

  1. Gregory Berdennikov (Decree on the appointment could not be found - February 3, 1998, № 133)
  2. Vasilii Sidorov (April 17, 1998, № 407 - July 31, 2001, № 941)
  3. Leonid Skotnikov (July 31, 2001, № 942 - December 26, 2005, № 1528)
  4. Valery Loshchinin (from December 26, 2005, № 1529)

Eurasian Economic Community[edit]

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation, the Eurasian Economic Community

  1. Evgeny Mikhailov (since July 17, 2002, № 747)

Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Program[edit]

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and World Food Program (WFP) (representative concurrently appointed Ambassador to Italy)

  1. Alexey Meshkov (from September 2, 2006, № 961)

Organisation of Islamic Cooperation[edit]

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (formerly the Organisation of Islamic Conference) in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  1. Kamil Iskhakov (since July 14, 2008, № 1089)

Organization of the Collective Security Treaty[edit]

Plenipotentiaries of the Russian Federation to the Organization of the Collective Security Treaty

  1. Igor Khalevinski (February 22, 2004, № 257 - April 3, 2006, № 317)
  2. Alexander (first name unknown (April 3, 2006, № 317 - August 23, 2010, № 1050)
  3. Igor Lyakin-Frolov (since August 23, 2010, № 1050)

Arab League[edit]

Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation, the League of Arab States in the Cairo e, Arab Republic of Egypt (representative concurrently appointed as Ambassador to Egypt)

  1. Mikhail Bogdanov (since October 18, 2005, № 1216)

African Union[edit]

Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the African Union in Addis Ababa, Federal Democratic Republic of the Ethiopia (representative concurrently appointed as Ambassador to Ethiopia)

  1. Mikhail Afanasiev (November 9, 2006, № 1256 - October 29, 2010, № 1304)
  2. Valery Utkin (since October 29, 2010, № 1305)

Organization of American States[edit]

Permanent observers of the Russian Federation in the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C., U.S. (representatives of part-time in 1992-1994. And since 1998, appointed ambassadors to USA)

  1. Vladimir Lukin (May 7, 1992, Presidential order № 218-p - Ordinance to dismiss can not be found)[2]
  2. Vladimir Chernyshev (December 7, 1994, № 2165 - Ordinance to dismiss was not found)
  3. Yuriy Ushakov (December 16, 1998, № 1591 - May 31, 2008, № 866)
  4. Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak (since July 26, 2008, № 1122)

Latin American Integration Association[edit]

Observers of the Russian Federation to the Committee of representatives of Latin American Integration Association (part-time members appointed ambassadors to Uruguay)

  1. Boris Golovin (Oct. 1, 1993, № 1520 - Ordinance to dismiss can not be found)[3]
  2. Eugene Astakhov (August 9, 1999, № 1023 - July 31, 2000, № 1404)
  3. Unknown (July 31, 2000, № 1405 - September 26, 2005, № 1127)
  4. Sergey Koshkin (since September 26, 2005, № 1128)

Association of Southeast Asian Nations[edit]

  1. Alexander Ivanov (since January 20, 2009, № 71)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the European Communities in Brussels, Belgium, with the rank of Minister and the Russian Federation
  2. ^ relieved of his post of Ambassador to the United States by presidential decree of February 8, 1994 № 255. Probably meant that simultaneously released from the positions held concurrently
  3. ^ relieved of his post of Ambassador to Uruguay, the Presidential Decree of April 13, 1999 № 473. Probably meant that simultaneously released from the positions held concurrently