|Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers|
7 December 1953 – 28 December 1956
13 June 1949 – 15 March 1953
|Candidate member of the 19th Presidium|
16 October 1952 – 6 March 1953
4 January 1902|
Shusha, Russian Empire
30 March 1958 (aged 56)|
Moscow, Russian SFSR Soviet Union
|Political party||Communist Party of the Soviet Union|
Ivan Fyodorovich (Hovhannes Tevadrosovich) Tevosian (Russian: Тевосян,Иван Федорович (Тевадросович), 1902, Shusha – 1958, Moscow) was a Soviet politician of Armenian descent. Hero of Socialist Labor (1943).
After finishing the Academy of Mountains, he worked as the chief engineer of "Elektrostal" factory (Moscow oblast). In 1939-40 he was the Shipbuilding Minister of USSR, in 1940-48 - the Minister of Black Metallurgy, in 1948-49 and again, in the 1950s - the Minister of Metallurgy of USSR, vice-chairman of the Soviet government. Since 1956 Tevosian was the Ambassador of the USSR in Japan.