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Diplomatic and consular service, Russian

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Use for the period before 1923, or for the Russian Federation, 1992

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Deborah A. Palmieri Collection on Yuli M. Vorontsov

 Collection
Identifier: M339
Abstract

Deborah Anne Palmieri is the Honorary Consul General of the Russian Federation in the State of Colorado. Palmieri's collection includes digital copies of documents, photographs, and audio files related to the life of late Russian Ambassador to the United States Yuli Mikhailovich Vorontsov. All original documents are still held by Palmieri.

Dates: 1926-2010

Farewell, America Part II, Exclusive Interview with Mr. Yuli M. Vorontsov Former Ambassador to the United States, final copy, 1998 November 24

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Identifier: M339.02.0001.00013
Abstract The final, edited transcript of part two of an interview of Yuli M. Vorontsov as conducted by Deborah A. Palmieri. This document contains Yuli Vorontsov's points-of-view on Russian Foreign Relations and Russian government.
Dates: 1998 November 24

Interview with His Excellency Yuli M. Vorontsov Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation - Part 1, 1998 March 25

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Identifier: M339.02.0001.00011
Abstract Part one of a two part interview of Yuli M. Vorontsov as conducted by Deborah A. Palmieri in Washington D.C. on March 25, 1998. The main topic of this interview is Boris Yeltsin's decision to dismiss the government and other aspects of the Russian government during this time period.
Dates: 1998 March 25

Interview with Mr. Yuli M. Vorontsov Ambassador to the United States - Part 2 of 2 draft, 1998 November 24

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Identifier: M339.02.0001.00012
Abstract Part two of a two part interview with Mr. Yuli M. Voronstov as conducted by Deborah A. Palmieri on November 24, 1998. This document is the original transcript of the interview and contains Mr. Voronstov's commentary on Russian foreign relations and Russian government, including Boris Yeltsin, Foreign Minister Primakov, and Mr. Voronstov's succesor- Ushakov. It also discusses the assassination of Russian political figure Ms. Starovoitova as well as Voronstov's predictions for the future of...
Dates: 1998 November 24

Palmieri Interview with Vorontsov Part 1, 1998

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Identifier: M339.03.0001.00001
Abstract Audio digital recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Deborah Palmieri with Yuli M. Vorontsov at the Russian Embassy in 1998. In this interview Dr. Palmieri asks Vorontsov about Boris Yeltsin's decision to dissolve the government which he felt was a good thing even though he was surprised about Yeltsin's decision to dissolve the government. He stated that he felt Russia was a very stable country, but he did not think that Yeltsin would run for a third term as Russia's President. Palmieri...
Dates: 1998

Palmieri Interview with Vorontsov Part 2, 1998

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Identifier: M339.03.0001.00002
Abstract Audio digital recording of an interview conducted by Deborah Palmieri with Yuli M. Vorontsov in 1998. In this second part of the interview Vorontsov talks about the relationship between the United States and Russia and how that relationship has changed from the Cold War period. He comments on the achievements of his career and how he is most proud of bringing the United States and Russia together when during the Cold War they hated eachother. Vorontsov also supplies his comments and opinions...
Dates: 1998

Russian-American Chamber of Commerce Official Statement, Tribute to Ambassador Yuli M. Vrontsov, 1999 January 14

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00004
Abstract The official statement of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce paying tribute to Ambassador Yuli M. Vorontsovon January 14, 1999 as written by Deborah A. Palmieri. In this statement Palmieri thanks Vorontsov for his work in maintaining relations between Russia and the United States, as well as his work with the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce.
Dates: 1999 January 14