|Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary|
15 February 1958 – 13 September 1961
|Preceded by||Imre Horváth|
|Succeeded by||János Péter|
|Born||2 April 1891|
|Died||10 April 1978 (aged 87)|
Budapest, People's Republic of Hungary
|Political party||MKP, MDP, MSZMP|
|Relatives||Sándor Sík (brother)|
|Profession||politician, jurist, historian, writer|
During the First World War he was captured by the Russians. After that he lived in the Soviet Union. In 1920, he joined the Soviet Communist Party. In 1945, he returned to Hungary, and became a Communist politician. He was deputy of the foreign minister (1954–1958), then minister (1958–1961).
His book, Vihar a levelet, containing his recollections on the Soviet Union in the 1930s, was banned and withdrawn immediately after appearance.
- Fekete Afrika története I–IV (The history of Black Africa), Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 1961–1973.
- Vihar a levelet, Zrínyi Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1970.
- Amikor a könyvtárba a politika jön látogatóba, OGYK Hirlevél
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