Arkady Sobolev

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Arkady Alexandrovich Sobolev (Russian: Арка́дий Алекса́ндрович Со́болев, 1903–1964) was a Russian Soviet diplomat who served as the Soviet ambassador to the United Nations between 1955 and 1960.[1] He was a specialist in international law. He was also under-secretary for Security and Political Affairs between 1946 and 1949 and Soviet Ambassador to Poland between 1951 and 1953.

He died in Moscow following a long illness.[2][3]


  1. ^ Staff report (March 4, 1955). Arkady A. Sobolev named permanent Russian U. N. Envoy. Chicago Tribune
  2. ^ Staff report (December 11, 1964). Obituary. Time
  3. ^ Staff report (December 3, 1964). "Diplomat Served Secretariat as Aide go Trygve Lie-Minister in Moscow." The New York Times, page 45.