Volodymyr O. Kravets

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Volodymyr Kravets
Володимир Олексійович Кравець
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR
In office
1984–1990
Prime MinisterOleksandr Liashko
Preceded byVolodymyr Martynenko
Succeeded byAnatoliy Zlenko
Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations
In office
1979–1984
Preceded byVolodymyr Martynenko
Succeeded byHennadiy Udovenko
Personal details
Born3 May 1930
Uman Okruha, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Died22 July 2011
Political partyKiev, Ukraine
Alma materTaras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

Volodymyr Kravets (Ukrainian: Володимир Олексійович Кравець) (3 May 1930, Uman Okruha – 22 July 2011) was a Ukrainian diplomat who served as Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR.

Education[edit]

Volodymyr Martynenko graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (1953), University of Kharkiv (1956). Ph.D..

Professional career and experience[edit]

In 1953-1954 - he was Instructor of the Kiev City Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. In 1956-1961 - he was Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Department of Marxism–Leninism Kharkiv Aviation Institute, then Umansky Agricultural Institute. In 1961-1965 - He worked as a consultant of the Department of Science and Culture of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. In 1965-1967 - Senior Lecturer of Party History of the Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture. In 1967-1971 - he was Counsellor Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR. In 1971-1979 - he was in office Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR. In 1979-1984 - Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations.[1] From 29 December 1984 - 27 July 1990 - Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian SSR.[2]

He Participated in the 2 th, 23rd, 24th, 36th and 39th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations; headed the delegation of the Ukrainian SSR on 40-44th session of the UN on 6th, 8th and 9th Emergency Special Session, 3rd Special Session on Disarmament and the 14th Special Session of the UN General of the Namibian problem; In 1985, several presided over the meetings of the Security Council of the United Nations.

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