List of ambassadors of Russia to North Korea

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This is a List of Ambassadors of Russia to North Korea. The Russian Empire established relations with the Joseon Dynasty in 1884.[1] However Korea was deprived of its right to conduct independent foreign policy by the Japan-Korea Treaty of 1905, while the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (the eventual successor to the Russian Empire) did not formally recognise Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in exile.[citation needed] In 1948, three years after the end of Japanese rule in Korea, the USSR recognised only one government on the Korean peninsula—the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, commonly North Korea.[2] Relations continue up to the present day, with the Russian Federation as the USSR's successor state.

List of heads of mission[edit]

Ministers from the Russian Empire to the Joseon Dynasty[edit]

Ministers from the Russian Empire to the Korean Empire[edit]

Ambassadors from the Soviet Union to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea[edit]

Ambassadors from the Russian Federation to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Korean Mission to the Conference on the Limitation of Armament, Washington, D.C., 1921-1922. (1922). Korea's Appeal to the Conference on Limitation of Armament, p. 32., p. 32, at Google Books; excerpt, "Treaty and Diplomatic Relations Between Korea and Russia. Treaty of Amity and Commerce dated June 24, 1884"; Kim, Chun-gil. (2005). The History of Korea, p. 107., p. 107, at Google Books
  2. ^ "Unfriendly act laid to Russia by Korea", The New York Times, 1948-10-15, retrieved 2011-04-28
  3. ^ Warner, Denis Ashton. (2002). The Tide at Sunrise, p. 214., p. 214, at Google Books
  4. ^ Andrei Lankov, "North Korea in 1945-48: The Soviet Occupation and the Birth of the State," in Lankov, From Stalin to Kim Il Sung--The Formation of North Korea, 1945-1960, p. 3.
  5. ^ Funabashi, Yōichi. (2007). The Peninsula Question: a Chronicle of the Second Korean Nuclear Crisis, p. 555., p. 555, at Google Books
  6. ^ Funabashi, pp. 168-169., p. 168, at Google Books
  7. ^ Посольство в Пхеньяне

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